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I got this info. from automd.com,it says dealer and local shop take 1.3 hours and the do it yourself takes 1.7 hours, prices are 305.00 dealer,149.92 for local shop and 58.16 for the do it your self,these prices are quoted from my zip code.Yours may be different.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull the drivers knee bolster and check for water under the dash and carpets, second remove the single to-rx screw holding the relay panel in place pull it down and be sure all the relays are tight wiggle them around i have gotten bad connections here that caused similar problems also check all the connectors under there and every plug into the back of the fuse relay panel, if that leads you no where you need to get a wiring diagram for each of these circuits and find their common place such as a ground or relay power please rate i will try to find my repair cd for these diagrams -jeffbest of luck and i will be back with diagrams -jeff
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
You take all the center console and plastic ducts from between the seats. There are 4 10mm bolts holding the shifter mechanism to the floor. Take these off and do your best to flip the whole housing to where you can access the bottom side. The ignition switch is attached under there. As I recall there are 2 T20 screws holding it on.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: How do I change the
The Saab accessory drive (serpentine) belt is self-tensioning by means of a
tensioning pulley. Excessive play means that the current belt is
spent and must be replaced. It is a very good idea to replace the idler
pulley above the tensioner pulley at this time as the bearings fail over time. You can get an
aftermarket pulley of machined billet aluminum construction with a
repalceable bearing race from Wazee Pulleys.
This pulley is superior to the stock one in just about every
To remove the belt you will need a 1/2 inch socket extension bar that will fit exactly in the top of the tensioning pulley housing and a six mm allen key. This site shows the proper routing of the stock belt and the routing procedure to bypass the highly failure prone center idler pulley if you so elect, as well as the procedure to remove and fit a new belt. Note, the belts shown on this site are for the short-belt modification only. The stock replacement belt is Part Code: 4904728 Brand:
Description: Serpentine belt for any 94-98 NG 900 4cyl. Price: $35.90 at Eeuroparts.com.
To remove the belt, you will find it best to remove the airbox to allow you more room at the top end to work. Also, jack up the car and remove the passenger wheel to give you access down below.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
There are lots of sensors in your car that tell the Airbag Module that you are in the seat.
The seatbelts also have sensors in them and are known for going bad. Run down to your local autozone and they will have something to hook up to it to find the code that the Airbag set.That will lead you in the dirrection you need to look in. (Important) YOUR AIRBAG WILL NOT DEPLOY WHILE THE LIGHT IS ON IF YOU ARE IN A ACCIDENT
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Oil change interval has nothing to do with operating temperature. If your coolant is full, feel the upper radiator hose, when the vehicle is up to temp. if cool , thermostat is back from that hose,
Look for air bleeds, and read owners manual, some cars have coolant bleeds. Also, heater on high when filling coolant or risk bubbles...
My thought is that your fans may not be kicking in. They should cycle on and keep temp low enough. test them.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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