Len- The replacement only costs about $20. The dealer can also provide a replacement but it can cost upwards of $50+. Part number is 5035944.
The hardest part is removing the metal sleeve from the mast pole. Once you get this out, refit the new mast with the teeth so the motor will pull the new mast down when you turn the radio off. refit the 17mm nut on top of the mast and then turn the radio back on. It will click a few times and then be properly set.
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go to your local saab or gm autostore i would go to my gm store as you know gm own saab and fit it also fits this engine to saab get the oil seal for your lower distributer fit and it should be ok.adrian;;;
www.crutchfield.com has a "what fits" section, it will allow you to pick a new head unit that will fit the stock size of your SUV. As for as Amps, a Bass tube or Subs, they will help you too. They sell you have any thing you will need. Remember, this tip, grounding cables need to be drilled or bolted to a non-painted surface to the chassis.
If it's the pre 02 car then inside the boot there are 2 M10 nuts near the tie down eyes, remove these and then pull the bumper tips outwards whilst pulling the bumper rearwards.
If its the post 02 car then remove the torx screws inside the wheelarch 2each side, remove screw from bottom edge of bumper near to wheel arch each side, remove 2 plastic nuts from lower bumper near spare wheel well, remove rear light clusters then remove the screws behind them, unclip ends of bumper from bodywork and pull rearwards.
Have you tried driving over a bump whilst also applying the brakes? (Right foot on gas, left gently on brake - with no one behind you!) If the noise goes away, then it could be the brake pads that are not fitted correctly. Only posting this, as this just happened to mine...the mechanic took it over bumps and noise was there. Applied brakes whilst going over bump, noise went away. Replaced badly fitted rear pads (had been bodged by another garage) and the problem was solved.
Could be 2 things...
THe nipple on the hood can be adjusted higher and lower to make a looser or tighter fit...
or the release cable can be tighted but a small clamp on the radiator core support check those 2 things first...
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.
It's the vacuum supply fitting, which supplies PCV valve and cabin controls. Looks like the end is broken, get a new one and the new rubber grommet that goes in manifold. Fit Grommet first, then lubricate inside grommet hole, then push in new fitting, connect hoses and your done!