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    Brought it home!

    With the boot full of spare parts too.

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    Congratulations, great looking wagon. You wouldn't believe how fast that car would sell where I am for a grand more than you paid.

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    Got it for $1700

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mjollnir81 View Post
    That's the plan. The seller texted me last night and told me to bring coolant as it leaks it. What coolant does Saab use? Typical GM orange?
    More info about the coolant type here: http://saabworld.net/showthread.php?t=26022

    You probably want to do a coolant drain, flush and replace: http://saabworld.net/showthread.php?t=2691

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    There doesnít seem to be any vacuum leaking at this grommet device. Is this a hose connection or just a place for the engine cover? My engine cover doesnít seem to sit on it.

    The other picture of the oil filler tube has a nipple on the tube facing the firewall thatís not connected. Reading up on whatever a #6 PCV update is, this should be connected to a T and then go behind the engine into the oil trap I believe. My engine has a hose that goes from the front all the way down to the trap, but no T.

    Should I update to the newer style or just leave it alone?


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