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Old 03-27-2014, 12:04 PM   #1
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Saab Combi MANUAL trans

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#1 '08 Turbo X Combi 6mt, decent miles


Other wants, 9-5 Combis(all 5mt), 9-3 Combis(6mts), all low miles

Also consider a 9-5 Aero Combi 5mt with 100k+, but UNDER $5k.
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Old 03-27-2014, 12:38 PM   #2
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Old 03-27-2014, 12:47 PM   #3
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I wish I had something to sell you
Me too.


I wish this guy didn't put the wrong phone number in, as I would buy it tomorrow with cash in hand.
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6 speed manual non combi turbo X?

I'm keeping my 9-5 combi for a while.
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Old 03-28-2014, 01:44 PM   #5
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Brought home an 06 9-5 Combi 5mt in gray today. Interior is so clean. Needs springs and poly front end lol
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Facelift has begun




Took out the plugs, my gut says they are original.




The DIC was original according to the date. On the hunt for a new one without spending $300+ or buying a Chinese one.
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You spend how much on this car? Stop being a cheap ass, and buy a genuine Saab NEW Di. It will last you 8 years, pretty much no question. Anything else will always be a "maybe" I'd also grab a $60 new genuine CPS, a $120 new fuel pump assembly, and a $114 NEW genuine air flow meter. They are all regular failure items which also tend to compromise driveability. These things will make the 8 year old car work right again. Even if they are not bad now, they will be soon.
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Nice wagon! What kind of mileage on the car? I have been looking around for manual trans 9-5 wagons as well. They just make so much sense to me.
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Sweet car! what are you doing with the chrome?

And Throttle body, I think those are 80-100k items.
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You spend how much on this car? Stop being a cheap ass, and buy a genuine Saab NEW Di. It will last you 8 years, pretty much no question. Anything else will always be a "maybe" I'd also grab a $60 new genuine CPS, a $120 new fuel pump assembly, and a $114 NEW genuine air flow meter. They are all regular failure items which also tend to compromise driveability. These things will make the 8 year old car work right again. Even if they are not bad now, they will be soon.

Reading comprehension? I said I was looking for a NEW one and OEM. I secured one in under an hour for $260. I just had no interest in paying the retail of EEURO at $379.

I planned on a new AMM before tuning the car, CPS and pump as you said will give me some insurance.

As to how much I paid, I surely overpaid. I was willing to to grab it with a 5mt at that price.

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Nice wagon! What kind of mileage on the car? I have been looking around for manual trans 9-5 wagons as well. They just make so much sense to me.
106k, one owner car, seats look like they had never been sat in.

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Sweet car! what are you doing with the chrome?

And Throttle body, I think those are 80-100k items.

Yeah, I replaced the TB in my cousin's 9-5 Aero, not too bad of a job.

I used smoke plasti-dip, gave it a very similar finish to the OEM trim of the TurboX.

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You spend how much on this car? Stop being a cheap ass, and buy a genuine Saab NEW Di. It will last you 8 years, pretty much no question. Anything else will always be a "maybe" I'd also grab a $60 new genuine CPS, a $120 new fuel pump assembly, and a $114 NEW genuine air flow meter. They are all regular failure items which also tend to compromise driveability. These things will make the 8 year old car work right again. Even if they are not bad now, they will be soon.
Great advice!

Where? I need a new OEM AMM at that price.
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Great advice!

Where? I need a new OEM AMM at that price.
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It's a bit darker in person.





I threw a battery in it with a 6yr warranty as it was dimming and didn't want to turn over today.
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New rear roundel and a debage while I was out there. New DIC is going in today too when the engine cools down a bit.

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clean that garage..that's disgraceful...
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I am packing up/moving, it's going to be a mess for awhile
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Are there two reverse lights on a wagon?
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Are there two reverse lights on a wagon?
Dunno. I want to check if I just need a bulb in order to get dual rear fogs like I did with the Viggen.
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On the sedan one side of the inner tails is reverse and the other is rear fog.
So you can't.

But the wagon tail lights appear wider and to have a horizontal separation.
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