Date: Fri, 04 Jul 2003 18:28:37 -0400
Subject: Re: Classic 900 Turbo engine fumes...?

read the text then take a bottle of spray deodorizer and test the method i discribed, it works, thats aerodymanics making it smell inside the car when the roof rolls back. i'll give you credit for one uping me on the number of saabs you've owned and i'm sorry to hear about your failed phd life, pity you wasted that degree, they sure do cost a lot just to throw them away. hope you went on to do something good for humanity. what about the lady eve who was getting fumes inside her car. i hope she finds out little bantering amusing. Grunff wrote: > wrote: > > you are exactly the reason that i don't post here more often, your closed mind to > > others experiences and experimentation proves you to be a true saab snob. you are > > probably a dealer mechanic or something like them that believes the book to be > > rightious. > > Me personally?? I never believed I'd have that much influence on > anyone... > > I'm not a dealer or a mechanic. I'm a failed chemist (did my PhD > then ditched the profession) who works in IT and loves Saabs. > > > i would like to know though just how long you have driven saabs and how many have you > > put over 100k miles on. i'm on number nine, yes nine, and all have been very used when > > i bought them. > > Since we're counting, I'm on number 14 (yes, 14), and all of > mine have also been used. Currently own 4. > > > 5 have been drive in excess of 250k and one even made it to 372k. my > > personal experience is vast > > Good for you. Mine isn't. > > > as i do 95% of all the maintenance and repairs and > > I do 100% of my car work. Never let anyone else touch them > (except for fitting tyres on rims). > > > i am very capable of diagnosing problems which frustrate most folks to the dealer idiot > > mechanics. so if you don't agree with my comments just don't post. if you find yourself > > in need of experienced input i am willing to help. > > You are also very capable of spouting large amounts of crap, > presented as gospel truth (drain hole aerodynamics - need I say > more?). > > -- > Grunff

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