Hi i have a saab 900 T, year 1980. the car do want GO
Hi i have a Saab 900 T, year 1980. the car do not want to go when i put the 1 gear or any, he just don't go at all. He have make a big noise before having this problem. i would like to check the clutch disc but i need some help how to remove it. thanks James
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could be the anti-theft device in the radio. it requires you to put the 4 digit code in to "unlock" the radio for use. This number should have been given to you by the seller -otherwise can be obtained by a previous SAAB dealer. This can happen when the battery is disconnected for a period of time
Hi,i have a 900 with the b204i, i had the same problem, the clutch was dead at my car and the gerabox oil was black like the road. saab bring later a new oil for gearboxes 80W-90 fully synthetic, i give my saab this oil ad a new clutch kit and the problems were away, and after 1000 kilometres the gear switching was very easier as before! sorry for the bad english. best wishes from germany!
I've had a similar problem, and it was the rubber bushings in the
shifter link; as some particular ones age they get sloppy and 5th gear
seems to be the one that suffers. Others will age and disintegrate,
then you won't be able to shift at all. If all the other gears are fine
(no grinding, judder, popping out of gear or other untoward behaviour) I'd look to these
rubber bushings, and replace them all while you're at it. They're
replaceable at much less cost than a tranny rebuild, and are most
likely that cause, i.e. after rebuilding tranny, you still won't get
into 5th because the shifter won't have been rebuilt, just the contents
of the gear box!
Check the "Bentley Bible" aka the Saab 900 Official Service Manual,
costs about $40 from Amazon, for info, it's an invaluable resource!
You may mean the flex pipe which is a component in the exhaust piping (before or after the catalytic converter, depending on model and year of the car) that serves to alleviate stress along the exhaust system by permitting some vertical and lateral movement of the exhaust section that follows it. This prevents broken welds in the system, among other things.