Date: 23 Nov 2006 10:20:39 -0800
From: jonny.whitingnospamorld.com
Subject: Re: Saab noise problems


ryannospamembtapes.com wrote: > I just had my 99 9-5's engine rebuilt after a piston cracked. Long > before piston gave out, i too had a low rumble. I didn't know what it > was. The mech discovered that the gears on the balancing shafts were > missing several of the teeth. This caused the rods to be "less than > effective". Now that those are replaced and functioning properly, the > engine is much smoother. > > Ryan > > jonny.whitingnospamorld.com wrote: > > Hello > > > > Is ther anyone out ther who can help. I have a 1998 Saab 9-5. I have a > > recurring rubble/whinning noise problem. The noise tends to start when > > accelerating brisky and begins when I reach around 50mph. I also get a > > vibration through the accelerator pedal at the same time, If I lift off > > the accelerator, the noise disappears instantly. I have been to a Saab > > specialist but can not find a problem. Please somebody help. Driving me > > mad. Thanks Thanks Ryan Big Help. I will mention this to my Mechanic. Thanks Again

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