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I am not sure if it's a recall on your model but they tend to fall out out a lot of different models you can use super glue them back in or you can by a new glass if it fell out and broke they'er $5.00 for the mirror and a buck for the super glue.
It's a common problem with these cars i am actually fixing mine as of now. That car is all about oil pressure and when it is low you'll start to get a tap and or what sounds like a knock due to the lifters not having enough pressure. Try taking your oil pan off and check your oil pick up line going from the oil pan to the turbo. A lot of times it gets a lot of sludge build up and makes the pressure little to none. If that looks clear check the slump inside the oil pan and see if that has sludge build up. Well hope this helped
Maybe, as on my1999 Saab 9-5 V6 3.0t SE sedan, it's behind the passenger's side front wing, before the wheel...Black plastic cover retained by 4 screws... fast and easy to do, all you need is a torx screwdriver...and to lift the car securely.
I own a 99' 9-5 V6 turbo SE. Had the same thing. Started smelling gas in the car, sometimes. Instead of not starting it died (as in the engine stopped) on a barren stretch of road at night. Towed to the Saab dealer: Conclusion? Replaced the fuel pump and sending unit.
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