Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 21:29:08 +0000
From: Grunff <grunffnopsam.com>
Subject: Re: Saab 900 (96) maintenance


Rogier Boeken wrote: > Could someone shine a light on this, when should you replace the camshaft > (after how many miles) and when you have your car serviced would the saab > garage pick up on this themselves or would they notify you that this should > really be replaced. > > Are there any other moving parts that should be replaced apart from the > obvious (to me) tyres, brake blocks and motor oils. You don't replace the camshafts. You may well want to replace the cambelt, but it will only have one if it's a V6. You don't say if it is. There are lots of parts that will need replacing at some point, some moving some not. Brake pads Brake disks Spark plugs DI cartridge Oil Brake fluid PS fluid Auto tranny fluid Oil filter Fuel filter Air filter That's for starters. -- Grunff

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