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1
Owner’s Manual
Saab 9-3 M2000
Safety
11
Security
29
Convertible
41
Instruments and controls
53
Saab 9-3 Audio System
89
Interior equipment, trunk 111
Starting and driving 133
Car care 167
Maintenance and owner assistance 211
Technical data 219
Index 233
© Saab Automobile AB 1999
Service Readiness, Saab Automobile AB, Trollhättan, Sweden
Printed in Sweden

2
NOTE
NOTE texts warn of potential damage to
the car if the recommendations are not
followed.
Since the policy at Saab is one of continual
improvement, we retain the right to incorpo-
rate modifications and to alter specifications
during production without prior notice.
If you have any queries concerning your car,
its equipment, the warranty conditions or
the like, your Saab dealer will be pleased to
IB730
help.
Introduction
time and that you keep it in the car for future
reference.
Best wishes,
This manual provides practical guidance on
To find a specific item, use the overviews
Saab Automobile AB
driving and caring for your Saab.
given on pages 3-6. A list of contents is
The Saab 9-3 is available with a 2.0l
given at the beginning of each section of the
The fitting of accessories that are not approved
turbo-engine, 185 hp or 205 hp or a 2.3l
manual, and there is also a comprehensive
by Saab Automobile AB can damage other parts
turbo-engine, 230 hp.
index at the back of the book.
of the car.
Although the manual describes the most
Supplied with the car is a Warranties and
The specifications, design particulars and illus-
important differences between model vari-
Service Record booklet and a tire warranty
trations included in the manual are not binding.
ants, it does not include precise specifica-
folder which specifies the regular mainte-
tions of the different variants. Some differ-
nance to be carried out. The book also con-
ences also occur to meet special legal
tains important warranty conditions.:
requirements in different countries.
Importation and distribution of Saab auto-
WARNING
mobiles, spare parts and accessories are
handled exclusively by General Motors of
WARNING texts warn against the danger
Canada Limited in Canada and by Saab
of injury if the specified instructions are
Cars USA, Inc. in the U.S.A.
not followed.
We recommend that you read through the
manual before taking the car out for the first

3
Instrument panel
Warning and indicator lights _____ 54
Trip computer
Tachometer __________________ 59
(Saab Information Display, SID) __ 62
Speedometer _________________ 59
Night panel __________________ 63
Odometer and trip meter ________ 59
Clock ____________________ 64, 70
Gauge showing turbo pressure ___ 60
Fuel gauge __________________ 61
High/low beam ________________ 71
Temperature gauge ____________ 60
Parking lights __________________ 71
Washers and wipers ______ 74
Daytime running lights ___________ 71
Rear-window wiper _______ 75
Changing bulbs _______________ 181
Replacing wiper blades __ 179
High/low beam control stalk 71
Direction indicators _______ 72
Audio system____________ 90
Cruise Control __________ 148
Cassette player __________ 96
CD player ______________ 99
Rear fog light ___________ 73
Front fog lights ___________ 73
Hazard warning lights _____ 72
Climate control system:
manual _______________
76
Instrument lighting ________ 74
Climate control system:
automatic _____________
80
Car care ______________ 167
Steering-wheel-mounted
controls, Audio System __ 105
Seat heating controls ____ 118
IB731
Ashtrays ___________________
123
Cigarette lighter ______________ 123

4
Exterior
Driving with a roof rack load ____ 158
Hood release handle __________ 168
Mounting of roof rack __________ 158
Engine compartment: washing __ 201
Maximum loads ______________ 220
Sunroof _______________ 120
Convertible _____________ 42
Headlight switches _______ 71
Washing the car ________ 201
High/low beam control stalk 71
Waxing and polishing ____ 202
Turn signal & lane change
Touching-up of paintwork _ 202
indicators ______________ 72
Anticorrosion treatment ___ 203
Headlamp wipers _______ 180
Service program ________ 215
Changing bulbs ________ 181
Taillights ______________
183
Stop lights _____________ 183
Light switches ___________ 71
Central locking __________ 30
Changing bulbs _________ 181
Interior locking buttons ____ 31
Trunk lock ______________ 33
Child safety lock catch ____ 33
Car alarm (Anti-theft alarm) 35
Towing ________________ 160
Towrope attachment eyes _ 160
Towing a trailer _________ 156
Fuel filler door __________ 138
Refuelling _____________ 138
Trunk lid lock ___________ 125
Fuel grade ____________ 224
Lowering the rear seat ____ 125
Tires & Rims_____________ 192 / 227
Fuel gauge _____________ 61
Trunk _________________ 128
Driving in cold weather ________ 154
Fuel economy __________ 153
Spare wheel ___________ 130
Brakes and braking ___________ 149
Tools _________________ 130
Compact spare wheel _________ 195
Lighting _______________ 183
Changing a wheel ____________ 196

5
Interior
Internal rearview mirror ________ 124
Interior lighting switch _________ 121
Door mirrors ________________ 124
Interior lighting: changing bulbs __ 185
Vanity mirror ________________ 122
Safety belts _____________ 12
Power steering _________ 226
Safety-belt care ________ 199
Steering-wheel adjustment 118
Airbag _________________ 22
Airbag _________________ 22
Child seats _____________ 18
Child safety lock catch ____ 33
Glove compartment _____ 123
Seat adjustment ________ 112
Safety belts _____________ 12
Gear changing _________ 141
Seat heating ___________ 118
Manual transmission ____ 141
Rear seat _____________ 125
Automatic transmission __ 141
Folding down the rear seat 125
Child seats _____________ 18
Upholstery: cleaning _____ 200
IB1353
Center console ______________ 119
Electric windows _____________ 119
Sunroof ____________________ 120
Convertible __________________
42
Ignition switch _______________ 134
Starting the engine ___________ 135
Engine break-in period ________ 140
Parking ____________________ 151
Driving in hot/cold weather _____ 154

6
Engine bay: turbo
Engine: description ____________ 168
Brake system ________________ 227
Engine oil, level control
Brake fluid __________________ 176
and topping up _______________ 172
Brake pads __________________ 176
Engine oil: changing ___________ 172
ABS brakes _________________ 149
Oil grade, viscosity ____________ 223
Warning labels ___________ 7
V.I.N. number __________ 229
Fuse panels ___________ 187
Engine number _________ 229
Changing a fuse ________ 187
Gearbox number ________ 229
Table of fuses __________ 189
Color coding ___________ 229
Relays _______________
191
Coolant, checking
and topping up ________ 174
Ignition system _________ 225
Coolant, changing ______ 175
Drive belt ______________ 179
Temperature gauge ______ 60
Alternator _____________
179
Driving in hot weather ____ 156
Spark plugs ____________ 225
Driving in cold weather ___ 154
Catalytic converter ______ 137
Simple fault tracing
(A/C, ACC) ____________ 207
Washer fluid ___________ 180
Turbo-compressor ________ 60
Topping up with fluid _____ 180
Pressure gauge __________ 60
Washer jets ___________ 180
Important considerations
Wiper/washer control stalk _ 74
for driving _____________ 136
IB733
Technical data: engine ___ 223
Manual transmission __________ 173
Steering servo _______________ 177
Battery _____________________ 177
Automatic transmission ________ 173
Fluid checking
Battery charge _______________ 177
Transmission oil ______________ 173
and topping up ______________ 177
Jump starting ________________ 162
Gearbox: technical data ________ 226

7
Warning labels
WL4
Coolant:
WL2
WL3
Never open while engine is hot.
Radiator fan:
Drive belt:
Escaping coolant under pressure can cause
serious injuries.
The radiator fan can cut in even
Danger! Moving belt
after engine has been switched off.
WL1
A/C system:
Refrigerant at high pressure.
Do not undo or remove any connections in the A/C system
until the system has been emptied. Working the wrong way
may result in injury. Work on the A/C system must be left
to qualified personnel only.
For working instructions, see
the Workshop Handbook.
The A/C system complies with SAE J639.
Refrigerant: 770 g of R134a.
Compressor oil: 150 cc PAG Oil SP-10, or
SAAB oil 4759106 SP-10.
Battery:
Contains corrosive sulphuric acid (40%)
• FLAMMABLE GASES formed when car is running and during charging of battery
WL36
• Always wear eye and face protection when working on the battery
• Smoking, open flames and sparks can all cause battery to explode
• AVOID SPARKS, AVOID OPEN FLAMES, NO SMOKING
• Consult the manual before using jumper cables.
• KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
• Battery acid can cause SERIOUS BURNS
• SEE MANUAL
• Keep battery upright
• PROTECT YOUR EYES
• Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing
• FLAMMABLE GAS
• In the event of an accident, flush affected area promptly with water and seek medical help.
• ACID
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

8
IB1195
CANADA
IB994
Wheel changing:
Intended for the Saab 9-5 and 9-3. Use the jack
only on firm, level ground. Use blocks. Max. jack
load: 2200 lbs. (1000 kg). For further information,
USA
see the manual.
AIR BAG
WARNING
Flip visor over
Belt beam
Warning for pinch risk due to
movable parts when beam is in
WARNING
unlocked position.
WL9
CANADA
Long loads
Always SECURE LOAD to prevent it from shift-
ing during transport.
An unsecured load could cause passenger
50 10 111
injuries in braking situations or in the event of a
collision.
USA
Cover sharp edges with a protective wrap.
WARNING
IB989
• Max. weight 30 lbs. (15 kg).
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur.
• Max. length 6 ft. (2 metres).
• Children 12 and under can be killed by the air bag.
See your Owner’s Manual before securing
• The BACK SEAT is the SAFEST place for children.
loads.
• NEVER put a rear-facing child seat in the front.
• Sit as far back as possible from the air bag.
• ALWAYS use SEAT BELT and CHILD RESTRAINTS

9
IB934
Soft top, Saab 9-3
Convertible

Push the handle in before
driving away.
There would otherwise be
a risk of injury.
IB963
Jack
Keep hands away from moving parts of the
– The jack is designed solely for use in changing a wheel
convertible top.
or fitting snow chains.
Failure to do so may cause personal injury.
– The car must be standing level and the jack must be
Do not raise or lower top with passengers in
positioned on a firm, level surface.
the rear seat.
– Never crawl under the car while it is raised on the jack.
Personal injury may result from head contact
USE
with top.
1 Apply the parking brake and engage first or reverse
gear; if the car has automatic transmission, select P.
2 Fit the jack at the jacking point nearest to the wheel
that is to be changed.
3 Wind up the jack until the car just begins to lift.
4 If there is a wheel cover, remove it by inserting a
screwdriver behind it and prying it off.
5 Loosen the wheel bolts by half a turn, using the tool
in the toolkit.
6 Wind up the jack so that the wheel clears the ground.
Unscrew all the wheel bolts and take the wheel off.
7 Fit the spare wheel and tighten the wheel bolts
enough for the bolts and wheel to seat correctly.
WL16
8 Lower the car. Tighten the wheel bolts in the
sequence shown by the figure.
Child lock safety catch
Locked.
The door can not be opened
from inside.

10

Document Outline

  • Introduction
    • Safety
  • Safety belts
    • Safety-belt reminder
    • Safety-belt pretensioners
    • Correct position for safety belt
    • Front seat belts
    • Belt guide
    • Safety belt use during pregnancy
    • Safety belts, rear seat
  • Child safety
    • Lockable belt tongue
    • Child tether anchorages
    • Integrated booster seat
      • Folding out
      • Fasten the belt
    • Folding booster seat
  • Airbag (Supplemental Restraint System "SRS")
    • Front passenger seat
      • AIR BAG warning light
      • SRS servicing
      • Scrapping or working on airbag and belt pretensioners
      • Frequently asked questions on function of the airbag
    • Side airbag
  • Instrument panel
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Engine bay: turbo
    • Warning labels
  • Security
    • Doors
      • Opening handle
      • Central locking
        • Key / Remote control
        • Electronic starting interlock (immobilizer)
        • Locking/unlocking the car
        • Changing the remote-control battery
        • Child safety locks
        • Trunk lock
        • Certain central lock-system functions can be reprogrammed by an authorized Saab dealer
    • Car alarm
      • Activating the car alarm
      • Window glass sensor
      • Electronic starting interlock (immobilizer)
      • Alarm signals
      • Panic-function
      • Overview of functions
        • Overview of, LED signals and SID messages
  • Convertible
    • General safety instructions
    • Folding the soft top
    • Raising the soft top
    • Manual raising of the soft top
    • Fault messages in SID
    • Central operation of the windows, 9-3 Convertible
    • Trunk, 9-3 Convertible
      • Trunk lid lock
        • Rear seat
      • Lowering the rear seatback
        • Trunk Pass-Through in the rear seatback for long, narrow loads
      • Cleaning the soft top, 9-3 Convertible
        • Cleaning the rear window
      • Interior lighting
      • Manually opening the fuel filler door
  • Instruments and controls
    • Main instrument panel
      • Warning and indicator lights
        • Autochecking of lights, main instrument panel
      • Instruments
        • Tachometer
        • Odometer and trip meter
          • Reset button
        • Speedometer (U.S. speedometer shown)
        • Temperature gauge
        • Pressure gauge
        • Fuel gauge
        • Gear selector indication
    • Trip computer SID
      • SID 2
        • Selecting the function
        • Outside temperature (warning of slippery conditions)
          • Resetting values
        • CHECK messages
        • Night Panel
          • Setting the date
        • Units and language versions
          • Selecting units and language
        • Clock
    • SID 3 (SCC)
      • Selecting the function
      • Outside temperature (Frost warning)
      • Entering values for the functions
      • Setting the date
        • Turning the Alarm and Speed warning on or off
        • Calculation of arrival time and average speed
      • Using DIST as a trip meter
        • CHECK messages
        • Night panel
        • Units and language versions
        • Selecting units and language
        • Clock
    • Switches
      • High/low beam
        • Headlight flasher
      • Courtesy Headlamp Feature
      • Turn signal & lane change indicators
      • Hazard warning lights
        • Back-Up
      • Rear fog light
      • Front fog lights
      • Instrument lighting
      • Wipers and washers
        • Windshield wipers
        • Washers
        • Rear-window wiper
    • Manual climate-control system
      • Temperature control
      • Air distribution
        • Condensation water
      • Recommended settings in severe cold
    • Automatic climate control (ACC)
      • Condensation water
      • Functions
        • Action to be taken in special types of weather
      • Calibration
        • Programming I
          • Cancelling program I
      • Programming II
        • Useful tips:
          • Extinguishing the lighting in ACC
        • ACC - 9-3 Convertible
          • Settings for various weather conditions
  • Audio System
    • Saab 9-3 Audio System
    • Quick guide to the Saab 9-3 Audio System
      • Radio, see page 94
      • Cassette player. See page 96
      • CD player. See page 99
        • CD changer (option). See page 101
    • Sound controls
      • ON/OFF
      • VOL - Volume
      • BAL - Balance
      • BAS - Bass
        • TRE - Treble
        • FAD - Fader
    • Radio
      • Preset station buttons (1)
      • Seeking (2)
        • Band selector (3)
        • AS, Autostore (4)
      • WB (Weather Band) (5)
    • Cassette player
      • TAPE (1)
      • Playback direction (2)
      • Dolby® noise reduction (3)
      • Eject button (4)
      • Music search forward/reverse (5)
      • Fast forward/rewind
      • Auto music search (Blank skip)
      • Type II (metal) tapes
        • Cleaning-due indicator
      • Tape care
    • CD player
      • Track search (1)
      • Rapid play (passage search)
      • Fast track changes
      • Random playback (RDM) (2)
      • Eject (3)
    • CD changer
      • To select the CD changer
      • Selecting CDs (1)
        • Track change (2)
        • Rapid play
        • Fast track changes
      • Random playback (RDM) (3)
    • General functions
      • Volume-preset mode
      • Adjusting the volume
      • Speed-dependent volume (SPDVOL) ON/OFF
      • Loudness ON/OFF
    • Steering-wheel controls
      • Control functions:
    • Security lock
    • Technical data
      • Multipath interference
        • Antenna
        • Shadow effect
        • Sources of FM interference
        • Cross-modulation
        • Radio waves, FM/AM
        • Sources of AM interference
    • Installation of car phone (option)
      • Mobile phones and communications radios
        • Fault codes
          • Adjusting the frequency steps North America/Europe
  • Interior equipment
    • Trunk, Coupé and 5-door
      • Seats
        • Side airbags (SRS)
        • Height adjustment, drivers seat
        • Legroom adjustment
        • Backrest rake angle
          • Center armrest
        • Lumbar support
        • Head restraint
        • Front seats, Coupé and Convertible versions
        • Manually adjustable front seats with ŽEasy EntryŽ function, Coupé and Convertible versions
        • Electrically adjustable front seats (certain variants)
          • Height
          • Legroom adjustment
          • Backrest rake angle
          • Memory function (certain variants)
        • Electrically heated front seats (option on some model variants/markets)
          • Electrically heated seat cushions in the rear seat (option on some model variants / markets)
          • Steering-wheel adjustment
            • Horn signal
      • Trunk lid lock
      • Lowering the entire rear seat
      • Lowering the right-hand part of the rear seat
      • Removing the parcel shelf
        • Tie downs
          • Trunk lighting
    • Tools and spare wheel
    • Manually opening the fuel filler door
    • Electrical windows
      • To open
      • To close
      • Child safety: rear windows (ON/OFF)
    • Sunroof (option)
      • Emergency operation of the sunroof
    • Interior lighting
      • Trunk lighting
    • Cup holder
    • Ashtrays (accessory)
      • Glove compartment
      • Rear-view mirrors
        • Door mirrors
  • Starting and driving
    • Ignition switch
      • If the car does not start
      • Starting the engine
        • Useful tips on cold climate starting
      • Important considerations for driving
        • Important considerations with catalytic converters
      • Refueling
        • Recommended fuel:
      • Engine Break-in Period
        • Wearing in new brake pads
        • Wear indicators
      • Gear changing
        • Manual transmission
        • Shift-up indicator for improved fuel economy (U.S. models only)
        • Automatic transmission
          • Lock-up function
        • Shift Lock override
          • Overheated transmission oil
        • Driving in hilly country with a heavy load
          • Towing
      • Selector positions
        • Kick-down
        • Adaptive gear-change patterns
        • The SPORT and WINTER modes
    • Cruise Control
      • To set the desired speed
        • To increase the preset speed
      • Temporary increase in speed
        • To cancel temporarily
        • To re-engage the system
        • To reduce the preset speed
      • Disengaging the system
      • Braking
        • Brake pad wear indicators
      • ABS brakes
        • Parking brake
        • Parking
      • Parking on a hill
        • Long-term parking
    • Economical motoring
      • Factors affecting fuel consumption
      • Breaking-in
      • Weather conditions
      • Driving technique
      • Road conditions
      • Engine block heater (standard equipment in Canada, accessory in U.S.)
      • Driving in cold weather
        • Tire chains
      • Driving in hot weather
      • Towing a trailer
        • Trailer hitch attachment
        • Trailer weight
        • Trailer hitch load
          • Driving considerations
      • Driving with a roof rack load
        • Installing the roof carriers (accessory)
    • Driving with a load
      • Towing the car
        • Transporting the car
        • Saab 9-3 Viggen
        • Towing a car with manual gearbox
      • Towing a car with automatic transmission
        • Jump starting
        • Driving considerations with compact spare wheel/tire fitted
        • For long trips
        • Driving with the trunk lid open
        • Driving in deep water
  • Car care
    • Hood release handle
      • Engine
        • Engine bay
      • Engine families
        • Emission control systems
          • Saab Trionic engine management system
          • ORVR (Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery)
    • Engine oil
      • Checking the fluid level
      • Oil changing
      • Transmission fluid
        • Manual transmission
        • Automatic transmission
        • Coolant
          • Coolant
          • Changing the coolant
    • Brake- clutch fluid and brake pads
      • Checking the fluid level
        • Brake pad wear indicators
      • Power steering
      • Battery
      • Drive belt
      • Wipers and washers
        • Wiper blades
        • Windshield and rear window
        • Headlight wipers
        • Washer
        • Washer jets
    • Changing bulbs
      • Headlight
      • Parking lights
      • Front turn signal bulb
        • Side-mounted turn signal
      • Front fog light / cornering lights
        • Stop lights, taillights and direction indicators
        • Reversing lights and rear fog light
        • Dome light, front
        • Dome light, rear
        • Reading lamps, 9-3 Convertible
          • Other lighting
        • Bulb table
    • Fuses
      • MAXI fuses
        • DICE / TWICE
      • Fuses
        • Relay holder
      • Fuses and relays
    • Wheels
      • Alternative wheels and tires
      • Tire pressure
      • Changing the wheels round
        • Tire markings
        • Winter tires
          • Tire quality grading (cars sold in U.S.)
        • Uniform Tire Quality Grading (US)
          • Treadwear
        • Traction
        • Temperature
        • Date code
        • Wear indicators
        • Compact spare wheel
          • Changing a wheel
        • Flat spotting
        • Safety belts
    • Upholstery and trim
      • Cleaning and caring for leather upholstery
        • Textile carpeting
      • Engine bay
      • Washing
      • Waxing and polishing
      • Touching up the paint
        • Two-coat enamel
      • Anti-corrosion treatment
        • What causes rust?
        • Preventive maintenance
      • Recovery and/or recycling of automotive materials
    • Air conditioning (A/C system)
      • Fault diagnosis
      • Maintenance
      • Headlight aiming
  • Maintenance and owner assistance
    • Maintenance schedule
      • Service intervals
      • Engine oil and filter changes
      • Service record retention
      • Service costs
      • Owner assistance
        • Warranties and service problem assistance
        • Change of Address Notification (U.S.)
          • Service information
      • Reporting Safety Defects (U.S.A.)
      • Reporting Safety Defects to the Canadian government
  • Technical data
    • General particulars
      • Engine
      • Engine oil
      • Fuel
      • Engine variants
      • Electrical system
        • Drive belts
      • Manual transmission
        • Automatic transmission
      • Suspension
        • Steering
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      • Following adjustments can be done by the driver:
  • Index

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