This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by 2006-09-03 18:13.
- 2 September, 2006 at 16:03 #14773
Does any one have a tow bar fitted to a Saab 99 and knows what the towing capacity is. Also, if long distance towing is done with the automatic gearbox, should an oil cooler be added.
Gary A McConnell3 September, 2006 at 14:47 #98156
I just hate unanswered questions, and I have no clue about this
But the towing capacity shold be noted in the registration papers and on http://www.vv.se.
Let’s see if a translation can help…
“Har någon en dragkrok på sin 99a och vet hur mycket man får dra? Ska man montera ett oljekyl om man ska dra släp långt med en bil med automatlåda?”3 September, 2006 at 15:48 #98157
From the biginning to 1973 1100 kg.
1974- 1500 kg.
There was also some reinforced cars that had more capacity.
Automatic gearbox and cooler – yes.
/B3 September, 2006 at 17:56 #98158
Patrik: Thanks for the translation.
Bengt: Thanks for the information.
Regards Gary3 September, 2006 at 18:13 #98159
To my knowledge, on Automatics with a tow bar an extra oilcooler is reqd as Bengt indicated.
Many of the automatics have a water-oil cooler. It is to be placed between the expansion reservoir and the radiator. It is also possible to use the air-oilcooler placed under the front bumber (exactly as the Turbo)
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