Re: What secures the plastic end of a '97 cruise control cable? - Saab 9000 Bulletin Board - Saabnet.com
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Well then long live your '97!
The cruise module is attached to the back side of the battery tray by 3 bolts, 8 mm size. You can't see the part number without detaching it and rotating it - the sticker is facing straight down.
I'm looking for part number 50 38 849 which is the last version SAAB made for the 9000.
If that is what you have then it includes a cable that goes to the throttle. At the throttle it passes through a rectangular hole in a plate where a steel clip prevents it from backing out of the hole. I'd like to have the clip also. There's a little drum at the end of the cable that attaches it to a plastic throttle cam. You need slack in the cable in order to rotate the cam and position the end of the cable so that the drum can slide out. It slides out in the direction of the false firewall.
The only other thing to disconnect is the electrical harness that's attached to the module by a large plastic clip.
If you have the part then it can go to a good home. My '96 is still young at 240K miles, and I intend to keep it a long time.
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