Welcome to the world of Saab ! Register
Results 1 to 10 of 10
  1. #1
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0

    2-din HU in Saab 9-3 SS 2003-2005 Is it real? Yes! Little "how to" inside


    As you know, 2003-2005 SS is no place for 2din headunit. I'll tell you how to find this place.

    So, take out control unit and sealed all with paper tape, nail extruded into the adhesive tape border molded into a dash lining (this is important!)

    Remove climate control unit

    Take it apart. We need an external part

    Plastic in the interior painted completely stupid paint that peels off. More precisely colored a fool without a primer, at once perfectly good black plastic. This paint must be removed, removed it is very easy-cloth soaked in solvent 646.

    to seal holes in the button tape

    0 Not allowed!

  2. #2
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0

    Set the panel of climate to a new location

    and begin to cling to the free space on a cold steel

    While the clay dries, you can do other things for a couple of hours. (I had during this time sounddeadening floor compartment and the rear shelf )

    Stored patience, sandpaper of various grits and free time. Getting wildly grinding new panel to the desired shape and smoothness
    ALWAYS Use personal protective equipment! Grinding spreads very fine dust, which is very harmful!

    Periodically tries panel in place and consider how and where to grind

    0 Not allowed!

  3. #3
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0



    And then tries-grind-grind-tries ...






    Then, calming nerves and trembling hands, paint it.

    0 Not allowed!

  4. #4
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0

    Paint it tentatively to see all the defects and flaws grinding that you will never see eye not armed and did not feel his hands. This primer or paint highlights all this.




    After eliminating defects, again gruntuem and then paint (I painted a dull black paint)

    One more try on the place ..

    0 Not allowed!

  5. #5
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0




    .. Collect unit climate with a new panel ..


    0 Not allowed!

  6. #6
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0
    We put in place, connect and check for availability, as well as admire the look


    defects still could not be avoided, but they are not significant and unobtrusive. Especially since I'm not a painter, and finally can not study this anywhere else

    continued tomorrow (probably )

    0 Not allowed!

  7. #7
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0
    and we continue
    New head unit will take place climate control unit and the OEM CD drive. To do this, take out CD-drive with the OEM amplifier for the speakers in the dashboard and the rear shelf.

    Amplifier disassembled completely, we need only circuit board . The resulting charge is wrap it duct tape and hide in the depths of dashboard


    then disassemble the CD and wrapped duct tape and also hiding in the dash (of course not forgetting to plug it)

    0 Not allowed!
    Last edited by Nickolay; 08 September 2010 at 19:39.

  8. #8
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0
    The control unit , too, hidden in a dashboard. Find it


    Now for create of the frame. It will be based on the frame of the new unit. Establishes a new head unit on the place (I have not photographed it, unfortunately. But everything is easy)

    And we are doing everything exactly technology as in the transfer unit climate
    Cover

    Take the shape and sand or otherwise attempt The Million once
    [Img]http://kachev.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/DSC_8494.jpg[/img


    0 Not allowed!

  9. #9
    Russian member :) Nickolay's Avatar
    Join Date
    11 Aug 2010
    Location
    Russia
    Posts
    112
    Saab(s)
    9/5 Aero M04 Silver Bullet
    Thumbs Up:   0
    paint and trying to place

    And, finally, we get this
















    That's it. Enjoy!

    0 Not allowed!

  10. #10

    Join Date
    03 May 2021
    Location
    Denmark 8700
    Posts
    3
    Saab(s)
    NG 9-3 YS3F 2003 1.8T
    Thumbs Up:   0
    You just dont make a model to further use off making others , for us to buy ???? but any way ( i know its an very old post) good job

    0 Not allowed!

 

 

Similar Threads

  1. SAAB 9000 Door pods "little how to" :)
    By Nickolay in forum Tutorials, repairs and service
    Replies: 9
    Last Post: 17 July 2012, 04:00
  2. unique Saab 900 estate "Safari" for sale.
    By Jacco in forum Saab 900 (1979-1994)
    Replies: 8
    Last Post: 19 June 2012, 00:27
  3. SAAB TURBO "In The Long Run" October 7th, 1986: 3 - 9000's
    By Burnsside42 in forum The Archives
    Replies: 0
    Last Post: 24 November 2010, 14:55
  4. Saab Central - "the server is too busy"
    By SaabScott in forum The Clubhouse
    Replies: 2
    Last Post: 02 September 2010, 19:51

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
All times are GMT. The time now is 02:34.
Powered by vBulletin® Version 4.2.5
Copyright © 2021 vBulletin Solutions Inc. All rights reserved.