Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2002 11:23:38 GMT
From: <milanihnopsamrs.com>
Subject: Re: Toronto - Help needed for buying first (used) 2000 Saab


what makes it expensive is the way the control arms are designed and they often sieze or adjustment rods are fused to the thread ( requires to be torched and in many cases they have to be replaced due to heat damage - if under warranty - there is no charge - if not then the cost as I saw it on my bill is about 1000 ( parts and labour) - and how you may ask , whaen I went to pick up my car from dealer the car jocky that brought it over jumped the curve right in front of me and I demand to have the car check for wheel alignment right there - and sure enough it was off - so the dealer took the loss and fixed it - the final bill was for 1250.00 and they paid it . So make sure your newly purchased baby is all straight :) "Bob" <uctraingDESPAMnopsamanet.com> wrote in message news:djt4lukh1e591a8lo9lvrbmioekaj9t31rnopsamcom... > On Thu, 08 Aug 2002 11:30:46 GMT, <milanihnopsamrs.com> wrote: > > > >as somedo not care if they jump the curve or not . - also it may requirw > >wheel alignment ( for saab this is not cheap) > > > The alignments are not much more than any other car. However, > replacing wheels with factory wheels *is* expensive. > > Bob

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