Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 09:28:55 -0400
From: "KeithG" <>
Subject: Re: 2 quick questions

1: sounds about right for a dealer. He is charging Saab parts costs + labor at 65+/hr. The heater core and blower motor are cheaper elsewhere which is why the indie is a bit less. Why would you have to flush and fill the A/C? It is not touched in this process as far as I know. You will have to flush and fill the coolant, though. 2: I'd need to see it. May want to try posting this on the 9000bb. KeithG "Craig" <CBobchinXXXXIHATESPAMXXXXnopsamCOM> wrote in message news:a9oedb$jqf$ > Hi all, > > 2 quick questions. I have '94 cse > > 1: How much should it cost to fix a weeping heater core and blower motor. My > motor is good but I figure if I have it apart I might as well do 'em both at > the same time and save the hassle later. My dealer quoted me $800.00 total > (P&L) > > My indy is somewhat less, but I'd have to go elsewhere to have the AC > flushed and refilled. > > 2: One of the body molding strips fell off and I got a replacement, > including the plastic bushings/washers to try and repair it. However once I > had the bushings in the holes in the body, and attached the molding, it all > came right out. What do I need to do to fix this? I'd rather not talke it to > a body shop for such a simple item. > > TIA > > Craig > > >

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