Saab 900 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Saab 900
- my headlights on 96 se900 Saab will not go off when car is turned off
- How much will it cost to to change the ignition control module resonator oil pan
- both door windows stopped working on my 92 900 Turbo Conv. Fuse is ok.
- high beams don't stay on.
- I have replaced map sensor ,throttle body sensor,and still the check engin light
Saab 900 Problems
Oil commonly leaks from the distributor o-ring requiring replacement of the o-ring. Oil will be visible on the front of the engine near the distributor.
The head gasket can fail causing the coolant and oil to mix in the engine, and external leaks. Symptoms can include overheating, white smoke from the tailpipe at start-up or acceleration, and the visible presence of oil in the coolant expansion tank.
Saab 900 Questions
when you pull the lever the high beams come on, but when you let it go they shut off. ive tried all 3 positions on the headlight switch.
Has only started recently, its a squealy noise.
it worked perfect for 2 miles the i stoped at the store, then it was back to rough after i stopped the car, i feel like i was suppose to drive more so the car readjust to the clean IAC? anyone experience that? i have to cancel anything that will not make it work so good, what is that, i guess i ...
Saab 900 Recalls
Saab 900 Reviews
I have had my Saab 900 ( 1991 ) for about two years and have had a handful of issues with it. These cars seem to have a cult following behind them, everyone you see that drives one seems to nod or give a slight exchange of eye contact when in passing. Issues with the car have included--the cooling system ( i . e . hoses, thermostat, grounding sensors ) , The ignition system and alternator and...
I love the way this car handles. I bought the car in 2009 with 137,000 miles on it and it still runs very well. The turbo is divine. I am now a convert and willing to purchase another 1996 Saab for my mother-in-law who is equally happy with the car.
I have a 1992 Saab 900 Turbo with about 117,000. It has been a great car with only a few minor problems so far: front hood rust, passenger's front wheel well rusted out, water pump, cruise control, antenna motor, driver's head light wiper, rear brake calipers and automatic locks work inconsistently. Nothing too major yet... I love this car and it has overall held up very well. Especially co...