Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 10:43:19 -0400
From: "dave" <alofusblountmaybenospamel.net>
Subject: Re: Saab 900 Turbo Rear Suspension Question


"SuperGlide" <tussucknospam.com.au> wrote in message news:dh6bpq$14j$1nospam-01.bur.connect.com.au... > Hi.....Gosh you have to love these cars...they are just so much fun to > drive; and the turbo just adds the icing to the cake. She is a 1987 900 > Turbo with about 230,000kms on the clock. > > Anyway...I suspect the rear end is sitting too low (headlights are > pointing > way too high when on normal beam - and I'm assuming the headlight > adjustment > is correct). What is normally the reason on these models for this to > happen > and what is the best way to resolve/repair this problem... > > Thanks In advance... > > -- > Living one day at a time, > Enjoying one moment at a time. > > Rear springs get soft over a period of time. You will probably notice the exhaust clanking occasionally also. An afternoon job. Do the shocks at the same time. I used a "Sawzall" to remove the shocks, easier and faster than fighting with rusted bolts and nuts. dave

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