Date: 23 Jan 2003 03:20:47 GMT
From: davehinznopsamcop.net
Subject: Re: 84 saab 900 T no starto


Someone who looks an awful lot like darkpoter <darkpoternopsamail.com> wrote: > How easy is it to add a block heater? Is this something i could pull at a > junk yard? It's not too bad. On the side of the block, is a round plug, about 4cm in diameter or so (from memory). This gets tipped in to the block, then pulled out with a pliers. Into that hole, goes the block heater. About an hour when I did mine years back. > Its going to be -20 or less for the next week, so i was going to go take a > 92 9000T on an "extended test drive" as long as they would let me keep it... Not a bad idea... As far as the hose-heaters and magnetic heaters, they work, but the hose heater is almost as much work and involves using a non-saab part, and I've been told (by someone who sells such things) that the magnetic ones have the nasty habit of falling off on occasion and being absent when you want 'em. The magnetic heater is quicker, though, and better than nothing. Dave Hinz

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