Hei 9-5 NG ägare. Min 2011 2.0 Tid gav upp andan i går. Plötslig tändes alla varningsljus i tilfellig ordning och ett besched på display om at laddning inte fungerade. Tid för service har visats i en vecka. Jag var tvungen at stanna. Forsökte at stoppa motorn, etter upprepade tryckning på knappen stannade den efter 2 minuter. Forsökte at starta -…[Läs mer]
I started to post my project 2 years ago, but it is still ongoing. The more I am ”drilling” into the depth, the more is revealed. The 2017 summer I drove to Aalborg to replace the soft top including a new heated […]
Ved bytte av defekt lampe i hanskerom, var jeg uheldig og kortsluttet + og -. Jeg hørte et lite knepp (lyd) så forsvant innvedig takbelysning. Jeg trodde det var en sikring som hadde brent av. I brukermanual finner jeg ingen sikring med et navn som Kupe-belysning eller Innvendig belysning. Har søkt i motorrom, kupe og bagasjerom, men finner in…[Läs mer]
There are several error sources in the speed control system: Vacuum pump, electronic control unit, pneumatic actuator, pedal switches and as in my case – rotten rubber hoses. I had to change ALL hoses. I used about 4-5m with 4mm rubber hose. To access all connections, you have to remove the covers on the dashboard underside. I struggeled to find…[Läs mer]
Here are two of my SAAB’s in sunny weather at my summer house.
I bought the Cab last autumn in Malmo and drove it to my summer-house in south-west of Sweden, in the belief that I had a car for the summer season […]
Great post Tore, thanks for sharing this! Looking forward to reading more about the restoration of your Saab 900 convertible. 🙂
Tore, am interested to hear how you got your Speed control working again. I do have exactly the same car from also that same year and everything is perfect except the Cruise control. They told me it is quite some work to repair it; is that true?
There are several error sources in the speed control system: Vacuum pump, electronic control unit, pneumatic actuator, pedal switches and as in my case – rotten rubber hoses. I had to change ALL hoses. I used about 4-5m with 4mm rubber hose. To access all connections, you have to remove the covers on the dashboard underside. I struggeled to find the fixing screws on the engine side of the torpedo wall, one on each side. If any of the mentioned units are defective, I think you have to find them second hand. The same speed control system was used also by the 9000 until 1993. There should be good chance to find all units, at least in Sweden. Have a look at bildelsbasen.se. Good luck:)