Date: 25 May 2006 03:13:09 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <DaveHinznospamcop.net>
Subject: Re: Replacing an engine in 1999 Saab


On Wed, 24 May 2006 22:29:58 -0400, Jimbo2 <tillycastronospamam.yahoo.com> wrote: > Dave > On removing the fuel lines I scratched my head for a while too. Ford > quick disconnects are similar to these & you can buy a set of plastic > sleeve like “tools” that work great. Push rubber bushing down the pipe > insert appropate plastic sleeve, pull toward coupling and off comes the > quick disconnect. Ah, like an amp pin pusher if you're an electronics techie type. I'll stop at NAPA tomorrow and see what they have. > As to my time line, I should have a “good” used engine coming in next > week and plan to put in the following week. I imagine it will be a couple > weeks after that before the car is back on the road. You seem to be far more motivated than I am, or you don't have so many people pulling at your time. Lucky you! > Where is the best online place that I can get Saab parts from at a > reasonable price. eeuroparts.com (notice two e's at the start). For current models such as this, they're a great source. Good source for exploded diagrams for reference too, far as that goes. (no affiliation with them, satisfied customer, blah blah standard disclaimer stuff here) Do you have pics of your project? I've got webspace if you want a place to post 'em. Dave

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