Saab 9 3 owners manuals
- Fuel Gauge Reading Empty due to the Fuel Level Sensor
- Hesitation, Surging, and Rough Idle due to Electronic Throttle Body
- Clicking Sound In-Dash
- Binding Steering and Popping Noise From Suspension
- Coolant Leaks
- Engine Noise
- Steering Lock Failure
- Grinding/Moaning Suspension When Turning The Steering Wheel
- Seatbelt Won’t Retract
- Clutch Pedal Won’t Return Up
- Door Locks Malfunction
- Key Not Recognized
- Haywire Turn Signals
- Peeling buttons
The Saab 9-3 is a compact executive automobile that was initially produced and sold by the Swedish carmaker Saab. It was originally based on the GM2900 platform and next updated to the GM Epsilon platform. Other cars adopting this platform included the Cadillac BLS and Opel Vectra.
The Saab 9-3 comes in three body styles: sedan, convertible and a wagon (also known as SportCombi). Each is split into 2.0T and Aero trim levels. Every Saab 9-3 is equipped with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder rated at 210 hp and 221 pound-feet of torque. Front-wheel drive is by default on all but the 9-3X, which is all-wheel drive.
A six-speed manual transmission is by default on the front-drive 2.0T trims, and as option on the Aero. A five-speed automatic transmission is standard on the front-drive Aero trims and optional on the 2.0T models. A six-speed automatic is standard on AWD models and the 9-3X.
Saab 9 3 known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Saab 9 3 are: