Question about Saab 900
You can probably find a grommet to fill the hole, 4 inch is pretty big so it's tough to say for sure. If it's from rust, the best fix is grind the rust off, and make the hole a little bigger (because the metal around the hole would be weak if this hole is from rust) then weld or bolt a plate or sheet of metal on to cover the hole.
You could always do the duct tape fix, duct tape over the hole, and maybe use a floor mat inside the vehicle so the "patch up" is not visible.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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