Date: 7 Nov 2002 22:43:08 GMT
Subject: Re: 100,003 and counting ('90 Saab 900)

Someone who looks an awful lot like dmk <dumbnopsam.comm> wrote: > Hey all, > My beloved '90 Saab 900 (that I bought new) has 100,003 thousand miles. > My concern is, I've got a punishing 40 minute highway drive to and > from work each day and am really racking up the miles. I've had a few > things replaced here and there, but am wondering: At this mileage and > hard driving, what major repair should I be on the lookout for? Should > I move on to a newer "something" before the engine blows? Am I worrying > over nothing? When your mileage is double what it currently is, then you can start thinking about it being a "high mile Saab". As it is, you're just starting to get it broken in. > I've had the water pump replaced and the heater exchange thing that > soaks your feet when it goes, the clutch master cyl., and have a slight > leak (external) in the head gasket (been leaking for years). > Advice from you high milers? You'll be fine. Take a look here: 100,000 miles is a great milestone...when you hit two or three times that, consider submitting your name & mileage to the above page. Dave Hinz

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