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    Sorry mate, it would also have helped if I...

    Sorry mate, it would also have helped if I ensured it was the site link, not the one save onto my computer/Saab folder. Here it is again - this time, for sure!
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    It would help if I had put in the link for you,...

    It would help if I had put in the link for you, huh!
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    Ignition Switch - Link

    G,day Mate!

    Here is a link that helped me out when removing my Ignition Switch. I'm in the Southern Highlands, not too far from you. Let me know if you get any issues, or need more advice.
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    Hello Biggsjam21. It shouldn't be a problem as...

    Hello Biggsjam21. It shouldn't be a problem as I have changed over units from different year models, mainly with only one years difference between the 9-5's. It won't hurt to try it. Changes...
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    Sorry for the late reply Polestar - I was away...

    Sorry for the late reply Polestar - I was away for a couple of days. I know that the 1998 modules do come with the screws, so I assume yours would be the same with only being a year model later. ...
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    Service Theft Alarm

    It does not make any difference whether you lock it with the key or remote. The alarm requires servicing - no matter what you do. The batteries within the alarm module have dropped below an...
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    Service Theft Alarm

    I do hope that I am not too late with this suggestion! If you decide to do this yourself, you will need to know that the capacitors are a very important part of the repair process......read on.......
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    Yes, Mike. I desludged the engine as I was...

    Yes, Mike. I desludged the engine as I was initially concerned over the wrong oil that the previous owner had used, however, I dropped the pan and gave it a good clean out after I desludged the...
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    SAAB 2002 Vector, Blue/Grey Smoke - Update

    I wanted to update the outcome to the problem.

    Thank you, Mike Brennan, for your suggestion that it may have been simply oil burning off from the failed turbo. As far as I can say so far, the...
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    An update on the progress so far. I changed...

    An update on the progress so far. I changed the check valve, mentioned above, and put everything back together. I have driven the car for a couple of days now, and I would say that I have done...
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    Hi Wulf, Yes, the PCV update has been done on...

    Hi Wulf,

    Yes, the PCV update has been done on the car. I must mention that I am replacing the check valve (mentioned in the diagram you supplied of the PCV update) as the existing one was very...
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    Thanks for your reply Mike. I had thought that...

    Thanks for your reply Mike. I had thought that initially, but was wondering just how long that would last. I had driven the car for about a week before noticing any additional smoke. Naturally,...
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    Saab 2002 Vector, blue/grey smoke

    Hi to all, I need some opinions on my current problems with my 2002 9-5 Vector and I will do my best to relate the issues that have been recently repaired/rectified since I received it in May of this...
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    H43-1 Connector Location

    Hi there,

    H43-1 Connector is located at the left side passenger door well/foot well - here is a diagram of an 2001 SAAB 9-5, and I think that you will find that the locations would be identical. ...
  15. Head Gasket Replacement - Crank and Cam TDC

    OK, thanks Chris.
  16. Head Gasket Replacement - Crank and Cam TDC

    Hi Chris, the answer is yes - I had to get the head machined and also the valves cleaned up and re-seated with new seals as a couple were left in the open position, only slightly though, overall it...
  17. Head Gasket Replacement - Crank and Cam TDC

    Hi Chris,

    I am currently in the middle of a head gasket replacement. In respect to the crank pulley positioning, it must be lined up on the timing mark on the crankcase to achieve Top Dead...
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