Saab 9-3 Model Overview
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Saab 9-3 Questions
Saab 9-3 Can Get Gears When Ignition Is Off But Not Gears When Ignition On
saab 9-3 2005 manual gearbox. I can get all the gears when the ignition is off and clutch working okay. but when I switch ignition on i can't get any gears at all. It has had a new clutch fitted along...
I Changed The Aircon Control Unit On My 2001 9-3 Because A Couple Of Pixels...
I changed the aircon control unit on my 2001 9-3 convertible because a couple of pixels were missing and the replacement was fine - until next time I turned on ignition. Now the display is so faint ...
When my headlight dial is turned to 0 (zero) the low beam headlights stay on. My understanding was that it should be just the running lights without the low beams. In each position on the dial the l...
How Do I Know What Type Of Transmission I Have?
I am buying a transmission and one of the questions is if I need a B207L low pressure transmission or a B207R high pressure transmission? Which one do I choose?
Alarm Going Off
when I use the key fob to open the trunk. the alarm goes off?
Older Saab 9-3
About the Saab 9-3
The Saab 9-3 is the direct descendant of the legendary Saab 900. Their changing of the guard occurred in 1998, as the 9-3 debuted as a 1999.
The major differences in the 9-3 were behind the scenes, rather than on the surface; much in the way of technical improvement marked this new model. But the big departure cane in 2003, when the 9-3 became a four-door sedan, a notable change from the typical Saab hatchback. It has also been available as a convertible since 2004.
The Swedish carmaker's 5-passenger sport sedan has as its main competitors these other European-branded cars: the Audi A-4, the BMW 3 Series, and the Volvo S Series. Each is considered a sporty luxury sedan, with slightly varying emphasis on handling, safety, performance, and plushness.
Every Saab 9-3 features a turbocharged engine, whether it's 4- or 6-cylinder. The original theme of the manufacturer lives on, with the driver's "cockpit" reminiscent of that of a jet aircraft. As always in Saab tradition, the ignition is located not to the right of the steering wheel, but down at the base of the center console.