This item has been shown 0 times.
Tonneau Motor -Saab 900,#4482436List Price: $1,000+
Compared to the last one I sold a few weeks ago, this motor looks much newer and fits much tighter. I don't think you'll find a better one at this price that includes the link arm, position sensor and potentiometer.I was able to get the top to work. This motor was smooth and effortless.
Fit:900 - 1995-1998
Motor guaranteed not dead on arrival.
Other Parts Are Available:I have many parts available from this car and a few left over from other cars. If you don't see something you need or want just let me know, I just might have it.I generally give good deals on multiple items bought and ship at the same time and certainly reduce the cost of shipping accordingly.
Some other parts available:
ICE Integrated Computer Electronics Module
Outside Air Temp Sensor
Serpentine Belt Micro-V NBH 25061037 Napa/Gates brand new, #6K1037 6PK2625
oil filter housing with the oil thermostat
Throttle Position Sensor Switch (4-cyl)
Air Box Lower half (4-cyl)
Air Box Upper half (Non-Turbo)
Neutral Safety Switch
ABS Sensors (Front)
Fuses & Relays
Headlight Assembly (Passenger)
Headlight Assembly (Driver)
Cornering Lamp (Driver)
Cornering Lamp (Passenger)
Tail Light & bulb socket (convertible) (Driver)
Tail Light & bulb socketconvertible) (Passenger)
Tail lamp & bulb socket(Passenger) (Inner - on hatch)
3rd Brake Light (all models)
Hatch Wiper Motor
Windshield Wiper Motor
wiper fluid - reservoir pump
Filler Panel Below taillight (Rear Driver)
Filler Panel Below taillight (Rear Passenger)
Hatch Decor Panel
Decor Strip Clips & springs (2 each)
Driver Side Mirror
Passenger Side Mirror
Gas Cap, Non-locking
Hatch Wiper Arm (3 & 5 door)
Wiper Arm (3, 5 door &convertible) (Front Driver)
Wiper Arm (all models) (Front Passenger)
Outer CV/Axle Nut
Intermediate pipe with resonator - Napa
Rotors - With about 8,000 miles on them.
Saab OEM Roof Racks
License plate holder - rear
Snow/mud flap, middle
Radiator Reservoir cap
convertible top motor
Door Handle Black (Front Driver)
Door Handle Black, (Front Passenger)
Sill Plate (convertible) (Driver)
Hatch Shocks (Cars with rear wiper)
Rear View Mirror (3 & 5 door)
Steering Column Covers
Instruments & gauges/Instrument cluster (w/o Turbo)
Cruise Control Switch
Fog Light Switch Bottom
Fog Light Switch Top
Heated Seat Switch (Passenger)
Heated Seat Switch (Driver)
Trunk Switch (drivers door)
Turn Signal & Cruise Control Switch
Wiper Stalk Switch (front and rear)
Ignition Switch (Manual trans w/housing no key cylinder)
CD Changer Magazine (Convertible)
'Fasten Seat Belts Light'
Center console parts - Excellent condition
Brake Pedal Switch
Front Speaker grilles
Visor holder - tan
Air vent - dash, passenger side
From other models:
V6 Starter-about 45,000 miles
About the Cars:
These parts came from two cars. The predominant parts left came from a recent part out of a 1995 Saab 900 SE Turbo Convertible. The convertible was a non-running car with 200,000 miles that I bought for some parts that I needed.It had been well taken care of until the turbo gave up the ghost. Perhaps owing to the fact that it was a convertible, the car was relatively well maintained. Many of the parts were newer or showed signs of maintenance. The engine looked really clean when I took off both the valve cover and the oil pan. The chain guides looked fresh to me, but engines are not my forte. I did get records that showed oil changes done on schedule.
The other car was a 1994 Saab 900 S Coupe. It had 140,000 miles on it and the rear shock mounts on the body were rotted out. I drove the car about 15 miles on the highway and the only complaints where the shocks and the engine overheating. Otherwise, the interior of the car was in better than average condition, the engine sounded fine and pulled strong, and overall was pretty nice, given the issues.
The car that gave its life for these parts had close to 200,000 miles on it. It had been well taken care of until the turbo gave up the ghost. Perhaps owing to the fact that it was a convertible, the car was relatively well maintained. Many of the parts were newer or showed signs of maintenance. The engine looked really clean when I took off both the valve cover and the oil pan. The chain guides looked fresh, but engines are not my forte.
I don't do this for a business, but I have personally owned and driven three Saab 900s of this vintage and parted out four others. My current car isa 1998 900 SE that, with the help of a Saab mechanic, swapped engines and converted it to a manual. I'm pretty knowledgable about the cars quirks so feel free to ask me any questions. I can give you advice from experience and/or point you in the right direction.
I do my best to research the parts and their compatibility with other models/years.<br /> If I make a mistake in the listing or shipping I will refund the price and pay shipping both ways for just refund your money depending upon the cost to me. <br />If you make a mistake and want to return it—you pay shipping both ways plus 25% of the part's cost, or $5 (whichever is greater), to cover my fees and time. And I'll probably still give you a good rating for being a good sport.
About Me:I offer Saab parts and other items from time to time depending upon job situation, my car, and if I need to get rid of something that I think someone might want.My goal is to get parts for myself and hopefully come out ahead once all is said and done between the labor of dismantling and the time to post ads.
I generally try to estimate and ship at cost.
PayPal and fees are about 10-25%
So I ain't getting rich doing this.
If you have any problems just let me know. I pack really well and value my rating.