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Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 00:39:16 GMT
From: "Fritz001k" <Fritz001knospamottabekidding.com>
Subject: Re: Saab 9000 brakes and turbo


Just did all the brakes on my 92 9000. Keep your C clamp handy for the front brakes. Dont know why or who designed these things with two different ways of compressing the calipers. Some bored engineer probably thought it would be "funny' !! My guess is that if it wasnt for all the quirks and differences, it really wouldnt be a Saab now would it!! "Oscar" <dmckean2nospammbus.rr.com> wrote in message news:Ulh2d.38010$787.12699nospamcolumbus.rr.com... > Hey, I'm trying to change out the rear pads on my 91 9000 and can't get the > cylinder depressed with my trusty "C" clamp. Is there a secret to this? > > Also, my turbo suddenly quit on me the other day. The needle still moves > slightly (and the APC fuse is intact) but there's no power. Any quick check > ideas? > > Thanks! > > Dan > >

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