Saab 9 7x owners manuals
- Failing Rear Suspension
- Irregular Operation of All-Wheel Drive System
- Tailgate Failures Opening or Closing
- Air Compressor Runs Continually
- Fuel Gauge Always Shows Full
- Groaning Sound Heard From The Rear While Turning
- Engine Oil Leak at Rear Engine Cover Area
- Oil Light Illumination
- Incorrect Fuel Gauge
- Windshield Wipers Operate Involuntarily
- Chatter On Turns, Blocked In All Wheel Drive
The Saab 9-7X is a premium mid-size SUV that was produced by GM for the American market and marketed under the Saab brand. The 9-7X debuted in 2004 at the New York International Auto Show, and was available beginning with the 2005 model year, as a follower for the Oldsmobile Bravada.
The Saab 9-7X was created on the GMT360 platform, the same platform that the GMC Envoy, Chevrolet TrailBlazer, Oldsmobile Bravada, Isuzu Ascender, and Buick Rainier were constructed on. The 9-7X was Saab's the only SUV produced.
The Saab 9-7X comes in three trim levels: base 4.2i, midlevel 5.3i, and high-flying Aero.
All Saab 9-7Xs are equipped with engines paired to four-speed automatic transmissions and a regular all-wheel-drive system. The 4.2i model highlights a 4.2-liter inline six-cylinder rated at 285 hp and 276 pound-feet of torque. The 5.3i is powered by a 5.3-liter V8 that produces 300 horses and 321 lb-ft of torque. The performance-oriented Aero is powered by a 6.0-liter V8 rated at 390 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque.
Saab 9 7x known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Saab 9 7x are: