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Date: Tue, 03 Jul 2007 10:54:40 -0600
From: Charles <cstoyernospamrpex.com>
Subject: Re: outrageous major service maintenance costs for 2002 9-5 Linear Wagon


Hi everyone, I am in the same boat with my 2001 9-5 Aero. I called my local SAAB shop (Mile Hi Body Shop in Denver), where I have been doing business off and on since 1978 and they said the service consists of changing plugs and filters, checking a number of items and flushing the brake lines and transmission. They quoted $750 and then backed off to $600 when I said I had the 5-speed manual box. So the math says the auto tranny flush and fill is $150. I also got a recall notice for a bracket on the gas tank. Need to go to the dealer for that. Charles drew wrote: > Hi everyone, > > I'd like some second opinions.... It is time for my 2002 9-5 Linear > Wagon 60k maintenance per manufacturer recommendations. I suspected > it would be expensive, but upon calling the dealer to schedule > service, I was shocked that I was quoted $1,100.00 Upon inquiring why > so expensive, one of the explanations was the automatic transmission > fluid was so expensive to replace, and it takes approx 15 quarts - > totaling nearly 1/2 the bill. > > Is this comparable to what others are spending for this type of > service, or am I being gouged by the dealership? > > Thanks for any input you might have >

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