Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 02:01:26 GMT
From: "Molly B Denum" <mollyb3543nospamcom>
Subject: Re: SID - again

"Bill Jackson" <> wrote in message news:26l0f.17883$ > The folks from SAAB US called me back today, "we cannot do anything for > you" was the response. I had actually expected that they would have done > something, after all I bet a SID costs them a hell of a lot less than the > $430 that they charge in the parts department. > > Ive decided that I am going to write a letter to the chariman of General > Motors, I need some help. Anyone who has had a SID failure can you please > send me an email at the below address, put "this is not spam" in the title > please so the spam filter won't delete it. > > I'll collect up data and then send a letter. If it gets me nowhere, I may > file a small claims case against the local dealer and Saab USA. Should be > fun. > > This pisses me off, I've owned 3 saabs now, an 86 9000, a 90 9000 and now > my 99 9-5. I've been pretty happy with them over the years, but not > taking care of this epidemic problem is ridiculous. Even after I bit the > bullet and paid for hte first SID after 5 years (Ok, things do wear out) > but to have another one go bad in just over a year and then be told that > there is nothing they can do? > > thanks everyone You should collect all the postings concerning the SID and attach to the letter. I've quit buying General Motor cars long time ago because of their bad reputation. Let us know if GM helped you. If they didn't, this is my last Saab. I promise. One more thing that irks me about Saabs: the radio and speakers in my 2002 9-5 sound horrible and I think that Saab is screwing all those of us who don't like the crappy sound of this radio by monopolizing our freedom of choice and making it near impossible for us to replace this piece of shit with a decent head unit. Whose stupid idea was it to "marry" the radio to the car? Isn't this sort of a shotgun wedding? Just plain stupid

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