Tag Archives: DIY

DIY: How to Make a Tablet Mount for Saab 9-5

We all use tablets in cars for music, navigation, CRM, entertainemnt and emails. For navigation and music we had to find a way of mounting the tablet to make it as safe as possible to use while mobile. This owner of Saab has created an interesting wooden holder for Tablet. The basic concept is a wooden frame to
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Nice Review by BMW fan: Saab 9-3 2.0T Stage 1

This is a very nice review of a stage 1 tuned 2009 Saab 9-3 2.0T. The tune was done by Boost Customs – Canadian tuner house (We remember them by custom LED tail lights for Saab 9000). It is interesting, because the review made a BMW fan – T.H.  the proud owner of the BMW E46. On his video channel,
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Cheap Lip Kit for a Saab

You don’t need to pay a fortune to customize your Saab. With a little research and planning, it’s totally possible to get that custom street racing look – even on a tight budget. Mighty Car Mods team presented a cheap and pretty good solution – Cheap Lip Kit for Saab (or any other car). Update your car’s exterior to
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Cheap Awesome Saab LED Brake Light Fix

Paul Amesie Ames is a famous Internet practitioner and Saab enthusiast, and he on his YouTube channel (Amesie’s Automotive Corner) performs complicated repairs and modifications, tool reviews and top ten lists. His experiences with automotive tools and diagnostic equipment spans over 25 years and he really enjoy showing his  fans the latest products on the market. His latest video will delight
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Fix your Saab Wiper Parking Problem

Maybe You Saw this problem on your Saab – wiper parked in vertical position when you turn off the car. Matthew Brenengen created interesting DIY video in which he explains how to  easily solve this problem without replacing the entire assembly. In his case, This was the fourth time our wiper motor has stopped parking where
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DIY – Saab 9-3 Seized Blower motor Quick Fix

Do you have a problem: heater fan not working? Another great video the Saab guy who did a great DIY clip – How to cleaning of the EGR valve. This time, he instructs us on how to solve the problem of the Blower motor in Saab 9-3. This type of Engines rarely seize, but when they do, it is almost always
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What Happens If Saab Runs Out of Gas?

One reader of Boston Herald had a big problem with his Saab. This problem can happen to anyone, so it is interesting to hear what kind of consequences can befall,  if your Saab runs out of fuel on the way. Could it really cost $1,100 to fix Saab that ran out of gas? Question: I had my 5-year-old Saab towed after
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DIY: How to see live engine data in your SID (Saab 9-5, Saab 9-3)

Saab Information Display, or SID, later also called ‘Saab Car Computer’ (SCC) is the name for various in-car computer systems found on most Saab automobiles beginning in 1994 with the Saab 900 NG. SIDs typically provide functions useful to the driver such as multiple trip odometers, fuel efficiency, estimated range (‘distance to empty’ – DTE),
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User’s guide for the Saab WIS

This video is Jonathan Jogenfors (editor of Trionic Seven – The YouTube channel for Saab enthusiasts) user’s guide for the Saab WIS (Workshop Information System) and EPC (electronic parts catalog) software packages. WIS and EPC contain tons of information for doing DIY on your Saabs, whether it’s a Saab 900, Saab 9000, Saab 9-3 or Saab 9-5.
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Saab SID Pixel fix in just 2 minutes

SAAB 9-3 and 9-5 models all have the very common LCD display failure on the SID and the AC unit, which ends up in missing or fading pixels on the screen. If you have the following failures on your LCD, you are probably facing the same issue: Single pixels or complete lines of pixels have
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DIY: iPad in a SAAB 9-3

Followers of  iPhonesajten.se blog have done an impressive DIY work,  and they were integrate iPad Mini in the SAAB 9-3 dashboard. Here were several unsuccessful attempts, but Now iPad Mini  sits in place and its is fully functional,  together with the charge and play music, videos etc.: