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If things are clicking, flashing, flickering and dimming at random then you have a short or a grounding issue. Also, if your battery isn't keeping a charge you should have it tested. If it were my vehicle and I just spent $800 on an alternator and labor I would want to see 14amps coming from my battery and alt. combined.
Loosen shift coupler where you disconnected from rod.Remove shift boot at front there is a hole put an allen or dowell in it to lock the shifter on trans side where shift rod exits tranny theres another hole for a pin. Line these up and tighten coupler and that should do it.
Try buying one of the manuals I have listed from ebay , the guy is a real gent and the manual is a fantastic help. Motros from Saab are not cheap but if the tonneau motor needs replacing, try here http://www.neobrothers.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=724 for a reconditioned one
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just get the manually adjustable one. I just replaced mine today and I have a 96 900SE. the new clutch feels better and you only have to adjust it when the pedal has alot of "slack". that means that the pedal can be depressed about and inch before it starts operating the cable. anything more than an inch needs adjustment
You do not have to remove the wheel unless you have th 6 cylinder engine (2.3l). Then yes you do:
Disconnect Negative Battery Cable Remove the air cleaner and hose from between the air breather/cleaner and throttle housing Relax the belt tensioner off the belt and pry off the belt Remove the right front wheel, black belt cover/protector, and the wheel hub nut and slide the hub off the drive shaft/outer Cv joint Disconnect the alternator, remove the alternator/air intake hose, 2 bolts that hold the alternator in and remove it through right-hand wheel housing.
Yes, this is immensely annoying. I hope you figured it out...