The 1997 Saab 900 Review
The Saab is a Swedish automobile company, and one of its products was the Saab 900. A compact luxury car produced between 1978 and 1998 in two generations. The 1997 model belongs to the ‘newer generation’ of the Saab model. According to Edmunds.com, the 1997 Saab fuel economy stands at 18 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway. The 1997 Saab 900 has front wheel drive and a 5-speed manual transmission. If you need to repair your 1997 Saab 900, you can take a look at the three popular manuals listed below.
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Haynes repair manuals are usually the first choice of many DIY enthusiasts, and this one is no exception. It covers the new generation of the Saab 900, produced from 1993. The Saab 900 manual also covers Roadside Repairs and includes an MOT Test Check (for those in the UK). Everything is easy to understand and even a complete beginner will be able to learn a lot. You can get the Haynes Service & Repair Manual: Saab 900 (October 1993-98) (Amazon) for roughly $20.
The second option is the manual available from Tradebit. The manuals on this website are inexperienced and come exclusively in digital format, which means that you must download them either as an eBook or software to your device. The good thing about it is that you do not have to wait, and can start using the 1997 Saab repair manual immediately after purchase! Though the Saab repair manual may not be as detailed as Haynes, it covers most of the important repairs. You can find the 1997 Saab 900 All Models Service And Repair Manual (from Tradebit) for roughly $15!
Finally, eBay offers a Haynes repair manual which differs a bit in price from the one above. You can get the Saab 900 Shop Manual Service Repair Book Haynes Chilton Turbo Workshop Guide (from eBay) for about $29.
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