Date: Fri, 10 Oct 2003 10:50:15 +0000 (UTC)
From: (Craig Ian Dewick)
Subject: Re: Classic 900 Saab - stopped clock and mobile phone handsfree installation query...

James Osborne <> writes: >On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 04:19:01 +0000 (UTC), >(Craig Ian Dewick) wrote: >> (James Osborne) writes: >>>So, does anyone have any tips/pointers for neat installation of a >>>handsfree system on a classic 900, and guesses as to what's stopped my >>>clock, and how to fix it. It's a UK car, by the way, so I'm moderately >>>used to converting LHD advice to RHD as necessary... >> >>The clock is mechanical isn't it? So it's probably like the problem with the >>odomoter in my classic 900 - ie. the gearing internal to the instruments. >I was told it was electrical - that whole dash panel connects up via a >row of pins, and it stopped after the dash had been taken out for some >work. But as you say, it seems like a fairly long process, and >removing the steering wheel gets me a little edgy. I've bought myself a copy of the Bentley manual for the 16-valve engined Saab's which is useful for my car even though it's an earlier 8-valve engined model. I can't find anywhere which has the Bentley manual for the 8-valve engined Saab's available as a *new* item. I prefer to buy soft-covered books new. Something I have scored are genuine metal-binder encased workshop manuals for the 1979-1983 Saab 900's... They'll be invaluable reference material. Craig. -- Craig Ian Dewick ( http://nospam/~craig APANA Sydney Regional Co-ordinator. Operator of Jedi (an APANA Sydney POP). Always striving for a secure long-term future in an insecure short-term world Have you exported a crypto system today? Do your bit to undermine the NSA.

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