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NORCROSS, GA -- A modern Saab 900 or 9000 automobile, with its microprocessor-controlled fuel injection, electronic engine management system and distributorless Direct Ignition, doesn't need much mechanical attention under the hood. But, as every prudent motorist knows, washer fluid gets low, the oil level should be checked from time to time and a visual inspection of the coolant level is always a good idea. In a Saab, underhood excursions are as simple as possible. All important service points are identified in bright yellow, and clearly labeled. Various fluid reservoirs are see-through and conveniently mounted so that levels can be checked, visually, without opening them. On Saab four-cylinder engines, the oil dipstick is attached to the yellow oil filler cap, providing an easy, clean, heat-resistant handle. Other yellow-highlighted details on most Saab engines include the washer fluid filler, coolant reservoir cap, brake fluid cap, transmission fluid dipstick and battery. Even items that are typically inspected by a Saab service technician are easy to access, such as the fuse boxes, headlamp adjustment and power steering fluid. Under the hood, or in the ergonomically designed cockpit, Saab strives to make cars as user friendly as possible.
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