Question about 2004 Saab 9-3
One of my springs broke as well, and I only had around 30k miles on it. Luckily it was still covered under warranty, so they replaced them both as a pair. This, along with LOTS of other problems I've had with this car, has me agreeing with the last message... I'd NEVER own another Saab!
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
I spoke with the Saab dealer whom sold me the springs last March, he told me there is an ongoing problem with many owners having to change springs, I have bought 2 x new springs and had them fitted total costs incl repair of damaged tyre £450, I will not be as originally planning purchasing another Saab, after sales are poor and excuses unacceptable when requested they honour warranty.
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