Date: 11 Feb 2006 14:45:21 -0800 From: "yaofeng" <yaofengchennospaml.com> Subject: Re: RFC Saab Service Manuals
Richard Sutherland-Smith wrote: > > > > Walt Kienzle wrote: > >> I was browsing the EEuroparts.com website and noticed that they had a > >> collection of service manuals for my 1991 9000T > >> http://www.eeuroparts.com/searchresults.aspx?&carid=1121&cat=1030. Has > >> anyone seen these manuals and able to comment on their value? > >> > >> Walt Kienzle > > > > These are shop manuals you nromally get from dealers. I have a few > > different sections. It is cost prohibitive to own a set unless you > > have your own shop. > > > No they are not! I used to buy one section at a time when I needed to > do a job on my 1987 9000. Some sections cover all 9000s, eg Brakes > 364521 1985-1996, while other only cover a year or two, eg Electrical > Systems 337048 is only 1987-1988. > So I can still use them with my 1996 Aero. > Much better than Haynes, although I still refer to that at times. > We only have 3 Saab dealers in New Zealand, so we have to be > self-sufficient . If I take my car into a local non-Saab garage, at > least I can give him the service manuals to work from. > > -- > > Richard & Mary Sutherland-Smith > 19 Webb Road, Wanganui 5001, NZ Yes they are! You can get shop manuals, parts from the dealership. Or you can get them from Eeuroparts. I have talked to them over the phone many times. Tell me who make SAAB shop manuals other than SAAB?