Date: Fri, 31 May 2002 17:05:47 GMT
From: "Magnus The Swede" <bogusnopsaml.com>
Subject: Re: AC leak in 1996 900SE


> > "Kenneth S." <nimrodnopsams.com> wrote in message > news:3CF76880.33D6nopsams.com... > > I have a slow AC leak in my 1996 900SE. The dealer has twice tried to > > find the leak by charging the system with freon containing dye, and then > > looking for the leak with a special light. To date, these efforts have > > been unsuccessful. > > Does anyone know anything about this? It appears from consumer surveys > > that the AC system is one of the Saab weak points. I have a strong > > feeling that this AC system must have some point at which leaks > > typically develop. > > I've got the same problem in a 1996 900S. Did someone say that Saabs are > better than the average car? Methinks not. No its not better than other cars. But not a lot worse either! A proffesional dealer knows that the leak may come from pipes or connections that are impossible to see without disassembling a lot of parts in your car. Try a shop that is specialized in AC! > > My power antenna is screwed up, too, and so is the digital display for the > radio. These are known problems and I cannot understand why Saab isn't > recalling the car to fix these things. So much for Saab The antenna needs some service to work fine. Pull it up, clean it, lubricate it and it will work just fine. I have an electric antenna on a86 9000, 23 000 km, and it still works fine as long as I take care of it twice a year. My father has a 91 Volvo 965 - and yes, same trouble and same solution...... Magnus The Swede

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