Date: Sat, 27 Apr 2002 21:55:51 -0400
From: "KeithG" <>
Subject: Re: Remote Entry

Just make sure that you change the timing belt on schedule. It is not wise to let it go longer than that. If it unknown as to when it was replaced, start by replacing it. $0.02 Keith <> wrote in message > Steve, > Wow! Great answer. Thanks. Bad news though since ++++++ is 001105. > Also, God help me I have the V6. Is there a specific thing I should > pray about, or is the V6 just not as quick and powerful as the turbo? > I've already gleaned from this board that those who've had the turbo > hate the V6. Since I don't know what I'm missing, it doesn't bother > me (too much). > > So, if I set the alarm with the doorkey and it goes off, how do I stop > it? With the key in the doorlock, I assume. > > I feel lke such a newbie. Next week I'll start in on cupholders...!!! > > > > On Sat, 27 Apr 2002 12:12:05 GMT, (Steve Crowe) > wrote: > > >On Sat, 27 Apr 2002 10:19:38 GMT, wrote: > > > >>I just bought a '95 900SE convertible. The manual suggests that a > >>remote was standard, but it didn't come with one. Was a remote > >>standard? If not, how can I tell if my car has it? > >> > >>There is an anti-theft sticker on the window. Use of the remote is > >>the only method the manual gives for turning off the alarm. If the > >>alarm goes off and I don't have a remote, what do I do? > >> > >>Thanks. > >1995 was the first year for the NG900 convertible. 1994 was the first > >year for the NG900 Hardtop. The 1994 NG900 did not come with a remote. > >The alarm system is activated with the key in the driver's door lock. > >The first batch of 95 convertibles also used this system. The easy way > >to tell is to look at the last eight of the VIN. Your VIN will be: > > > >YS3DF7#nopsam+++++ > > > >YS3 = Saab > >D = NG900 if 10th digit between R and W > >F = SE trim level > >7 = convertible > ># = Trans type: 5 if it is a 5 speed or 8 if it is an automatic > > >

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