Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 16:20:57 -0400
From: "Frosty66" <>
Subject: Re: My DIY Saab maintenance experience...

Thats an easy one.....people move, people re forced to move...people get close etc etc etc "Malt_Hound" <""Malt_Hound\"nospamm-me not*"> wrote in message > Frosty66 wrote: > > At least you can get service in a week. Try driving a Saab in Canada...have > > had mine for 13 years now....GM ....nada parts....... > > Everything is a 2-3 week wait. When my AC pressure switch quit, it took 16 > > days to get a replacement part . GM Canada will only order parts from the > > "Mother Ship" in Sweden. Two weeks ago, my clutch master started squirting > > fluid out on my foot. The dealer told me to leave it on the lot and they > > "might" get to look at it in 5 or 6 days. When I complained, they said it > > was not a concern as they probably didnt have one in stock. They told me I > > had to call thier parts dept and see for myself. Now thats service. I wish > > I had the money to buy them out...I close the bastards done. Im sure thats > > not the service that Saab expected when they entered into their > > "arrangement" with GM. > > > > And Oh yes, no clutch master....15 day waiting period. I luv my car....I > > luv my car...I luv my.....I...I....I... > > Why would anyone buy a car that they can't get serviced where they live? > If we didn't have some many dedicated SAAB dealerships here I don't > think you'd see any of them on the road. > > > -- > -Fred W > Toys for sale, Hey get your toys here: > <>

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