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How to remove leather seat cover on '90 saab 900

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SOURCE: Seats (grey/leather) -1995 900 Turbo SE

Neoprene two tone seat covers are available at State of Nine but are pricey. You can spend about $250 and perform a DIY leather repair and dye job to the entire interior. Here is what I did, using leather cream crack filler and auto leather dye. It lasts about three years and then requires touching up.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: 1995 Saab 900 SE Convertible -reupholster

i have a saab 900 se conv that i am going to do the same thing. i think im just going to go with the same color, and same patterns of the old seats. i will just add some ripples, new heated seat elements, and speakers. and also i am going to look into adding vents with fans for cooling.

Posted on Jun 11, 2010

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you could try the salvage / car dismantlers

Posted on Jan 12, 2011

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with the console out, you'll need to remove the gear shift housing, for which there's a special Saab tool - they are 3 point heads. A six point socket with 3 points filed out might work. rotate the gear shift housing 90 deg to one side, to get at it's bottom, where there are two screws holding its cover in place.

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1995 Saab 900 SE Convertible -reupholster


i have a saab 900 se conv that i am going to do the same thing. i think im just going to go with the same color, and same patterns of the old seats. i will just add some ripples, new heated seat elements, and speakers. and also i am going to look into adding vents with fans for cooling.

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Neoprene two tone seat covers are available at State of Nine but are pricey. You can spend about $250 and perform a DIY leather repair and dye job to the entire interior. Here is what I did, using leather cream crack filler and auto leather dye. It lasts about three years and then requires touching up.

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Check further up ahead of the bellows, may be in the housing for the console itself. I think there are two connectors up in there, but wait for other posts before digging further. My suggestion is only that.

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