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1
Owner’s Manual
Saab 9-3 Sport Sedan M2003
Safety
10
Security
37
Instruments and controls
53
Interior equipment
97
Starting and driving 121
Car care 171
Maintenance and owner assistance 229
Technical data 235
Index 251
© Saab Automobile AB 2002
Service Readiness, Saab Automobile AB, Trollhättan, Sweden
Printed in Sweden

2
WARNING
WARNING texts warn against the danger
of injury if the specified instructions are
not followed.
NOTICE
NOTICE 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-
We recommend that you read through the
rate modifications and to alter specifications
Introduction
manual before taking the car out for the first
during production without prior notice.
time and keep it in the car for future refer-
If you have any questions concerning your
This manual provides practical guidance on
ence.
car, its equipment, the warranty conditions,
driving and caring for your Saab.
To find a specific item, use the overviews
etc., your Saab dealer will be pleased to
The Saab 9-3 will be available with the fol-
given on page 3–6. A list of content is given
help, or you may call the Saab Customer
lowing engine variants:
at the beginning of each section of the man-
Assistance Center in the U.S. at 1-800-955-
ual, and there is also a comprehensive
• 2.0t 175 hp
9007 or email them at saab-
index at the back of the book.
crm@saabusa.com. In Canada, please
• 2.0 Turbo 210 hp
Supplied with the car is a Warranties and
contact the Saab Customer Assistance
Although this manual describes the most
Service Record booklet which contains
Center at 1-800-263-1999.
important differences between model vari-
important warranty information and speci-
ants, it does not specify the equipment or
fies the regular maintenance to be carried
features included on individual models.
out. Also included is a Quick Reference
Enjoy the road ahead!
Importation and distribution of Saab auto-
Guide, an Infotainment System manual, tire
Saab Automobile AB
mobiles, spare parts and accessories are
warranties and (U.S. customers), a dealer
handled exclusively by Saab Cars, Inc. in
directory with Roadside Assistance Pro-
Saab Automobile AB does not accept liability for
the United States and by General Motors of
gram information.
any damage caused by the fitting of spare parts,
Canada Limited in Canada.
exchange parts or accessories that are not
approved by Saab Automobile AB.

3
Instrument panel
Fuel gauge __________________
61
Speedometer ________________
60
Turbo gauge _________________
61
Temperature gauge____________
60
Warning and indicator lights _____
54
Tachometer __________________
59
Saab Information display (SID) ___
64
Odometer and trip meter ________
59
Profiler ______________________
64
Clock _______________________
69
Direction indicators _______
75
High/low beam control stalk
72
Cruise Control ___________ 140
Replacing wiper blades ___ 186
Washers and wipers______
76
Rear fog light ____________
74
Washer fluid ____________ 186
Front fog lights___________
74
High/low beam __________
72
Changing bulbs __________ 188
Headlight levelling ________
73
Parking lights____________
72
Automatic climate control __
84
Manual climate control ____
79
Car care and maintenance _ 224
Seat heating ____________
83
Seat heating, ACC _______
92
Hazard warning lights_____
75
Ashtray _____________________ 108
Cigarette lighter _______________ 108

4
Exterior
Maximum loads _______________ 236
Hood _______________________ 172
Mounting holes for roof carriers ___ 161
Washing the engine bay_________ 218
Roof load ____________________ 161
Body __________________ 219
Touching up paintwork ____ 219
Front lights _____________ 190
Anti-corrosion treatment ___ 220
Direction indicators_______
75
Service program _________ 230
Changing bulbs _________ 188
Sunroof ________________ 102
Headlight levelling (Bi-
Washing _______________ 218
Xenon) _______________
73
Waxing and polishing _____ 219
Dipswitch ______________
72
Headlight switches _______
72
Headlight washers _______ 186
Taillights _______________ 194
Brake lights _____________ 194
Changing bulbs __________ 188
Trunk lock ______________
41
Light switches ___________
72
Central locking __________
38
Lock buttons ____________
38
Child safety locks ________
42
Trunk __________________ 116
Lighting ________________ 194
Folding down the rear seat _ 116
Load-through hatch_______ 117
Braking _____________________
141
Spare wheel ____________ 119
Fuel grade _____________ 240
Tires _______________________
206
Tools __________________ 119
Fuel gauge _____________
61
Tire pressure ________________
245
Economical motoring _____ 153
Tire pressure monitor __________
207
Fuel filler door __________ 128
Wheels _____________________
243
Refueling ______________ 128
Changing wheels ______________ 214
Towing_________________ 164
Spare wheel _________________ 212
Towing hook eyes ________ 164
Winter driving ________________
155
Towing a trailer __________ 157

5
Interior
Interior rearview mirror _________ 111
Interior lighting: changing bulbs ___ 197
Vanity mirror _________________ 106
Interior light switches ___________ 105
Door mirrors__________________ 110
Sunroof _____________________ 102
Airbag _________________
26
Airbag_________________
26
Steering wheel adjustment _
98
Child seats _____________
21
Steering _______________ 242
Safety belts ____________
11
Safety belt care _________ 217
Child safety locks ________
42
Fuses _________________ 199
Glove compartment ______ 109
Storage compartments____ 109
Electric windows _________
99
Automatic transmission ___ 134
Manual transmission _____ 133
Changing gears _________ 133
Rear seat _________________
116
Break-In Period _______________ 132
Child seats ________________
21
Driving in hot/cold climates ______ 155
Safety belts ________________
11
Parking _____________________ 148
Folding down the rear seat ____
116
Starting the engine ____________ 123
Upholstery care ____________
217
Ignition switch ________________ 122
Seat adjustment ____________
16
Parking brake_________________ 148
Seat heating _______________ 83, 92
Ashtray and cigarette lighter _____ 108

6
Engine bay
Engine: description ____________ 173
Coolant: checking/topping-up ____ 179
Changing engine oil ____________ 177
Driving in hot climates __________ 156
Engine oil: checking
Radiator_____________________ 238
level/topping up ______________ 176
Temperature gauge ____________
60
Oil grade and viscosity__________ 238
Engine: technical data __________ 238
Vehicle identification number 246
Important considerations for driving 125
Color code______________ 246
ABS brakes_____________ 141
Engine number __________ 246
Brake pads _____________ 180
Warning labels __________
7
Brake system ___________ 242
Gearbox number _________ 246
Brake fluid______________ 180
Exhaust emission control __ 126
Drive belt _______________ 185
Changing a fuse _________ 199
Simple troubleshooting
Fuses _________________ 199
(A/C, ACC) _____________ 224
Relays ________________ 203
Alternator ______________ 185
Fuse table _____________ 203
Turbo gauge ____________
61
Spark plugs _____________ 240
Ignition system __________ 240
Wash/wipe stalk switch____
76
Topping-up fluid _________ 186
Washer jets ____________ 187
Engine oil: checking level __ 176
Washer fluid ____________ 186
Automatic transmission _________
134
Power steering________________ 181
Battery ______________________ 182
Manual transmission ___________
133
Fluid: checking/topping up _______ 181
Battery charge ________________ 182
Gearbox: technical data_________
241
Jump starting _________________ 168

7
Warning labels
Drive belt:
Radiator fan:
Danger! Moving belt
Radiator fan may start at any
time.
A/C system:
Refrigerant at high pressure.
Do not loosen or remove the A/C system fittings before discharging the A/C
system. Improper service methods may cause personal injury. System to be
serviced by qualified personnel only.
For instructions consult dealer man-
ual.
The A/C system complies with SAE J639.
Charge: 680 g R134a.
Compressor oil: 150 cc PAG oil SP-10 alt.
Saab oil 4759106 SP-10.
LEVEL INDICATOR
INDICATEUR DE NIVEAU
DARK / NOIR
OK
CLEAR
LOW
CLAIR
BAS
DANGER/POISON
700 CCA (SAE)
DANGER/POISON
700 CCA (SAE)
• No sparks, flames or smoking.
• Flush eyes immediatly with water
• Éviter les étincelles et les flammes. Ne pas fumer. • Rincer immédiatement les yeux avec de
Get medical help fast.
l'oau Consulter un médecin rapidement.
• Shield eyes, explosive gases can cause
• Protéger les yeux car les gaz explosife peuvent
blindness or injury.
• Do not tip battery. Do not open battery
causer la cécité ou des blessures.
• Ne pas pencher ni ouvrir la batterie.
• Sulfuric acid can cause blindness or severe
KEEP OUT OF REACH FROM CHILDREN.
• L'acide sulfurique peut causer la cécité ou des
GARDER HORS DE LA PORTÉE DES
burns.
000 12102-EP
brûlures graves.
ENFANTS
000 12103-EP
MAINTENANCE-FREE BATTERY-P/N 53 52 000
12V/700A/125min(SAE) 12V/700A/70Ah (EN)
BATTERIE SANS ENTRETIEN-P/N 53 52 000
12V/700A/125min(SAE) 12V/700A/70Ah (EN)
Saab Automobile AB 53 53 057
Manufactured by Tudor Spain (Exide Technologies)
12102-EP
Saab Automobile AB 53 53 085
Fabriquée par Tudor Espagne (Exide Technologies)
12103-EP
Battery:
• No sparks, flames or smoking
• Shield eyes, explosive gases can cause blindness or injury
• Sulphuric acid can cause blindness or severe burns
• Flush eyes immediately with water. Get medical help fast
Coolant:
• Do not tip battery. Do not open battery
CANADA
Never open when engine hot!
NETTOYER LE BOUCHON
• NO SPARKS, FLAMES OR SMOKING
DE REMPLISSAGE
• SHIELD EYES
AVANT DE L’ENLEVER.
• KEEP OUT OF REACH FROM CHILDREN
UTILISER SEULEMENT
DU LIQUIDE DOT 4 PROV-
• ACID
ENANT D’UN CONTE-
• SEE OWNER’S MANUAL
NANT SCELLÉ.
• EXPLOSIVE GAS

8
Jack
• Jack is designed only for changing a tire or mounting
tire snow chains.
• Vehicle must be level and jack must be placed on firm
and level ground.
• Never crawl underneath vehicle when it is jacked up.
JACKING INSTRUCTION
USA
1 Set parking brake and shift transmission to park.
2 Fit top of jack into jacking point next to wheel to be
changed.
3 Crank jack so that vehicle begins to lift.
4 Using socket wrench in tool kit, loosen wheel bolts
one-half turn.
5 Raise vehicle so that tire clears ground. Loosen
wheel bolts completely and remove wheel.
CANADA
6 Mount spare wheel and tighten bolts enough so
wheel is not loose.
7 Lower vehicle. Tighten wheel bolts in a crisscross
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY can occur
sequence.
• Children 12 and under can be killed by the air bag
• The BACK SEAT is the SAFEST place for children
• NEVER put a rear-facing child seat in the front
• Sit as far back as possible from the air bag
• ALWAYS use SEAT BELTS and CHILD RESTRAINTS
Contact a Saab dealer if a
xenon headlight requires
replacement.
This label is only found on
Long loads:
Changing wheels:
cars with xenon headlights.
Always secure load to prevent it
Use on level ground only. Use vehicle
from shifting during transport.
support stands. Safe working load
An unsecured load could cause
1980 lbs. (900 kg).
passenger injuries in braking situa-
tions or in the event of a crash.

9
Example of symbols that can be found in your car
No sparks,
Windshield
Coolant tem-
flames or
Buckle up
Headlights
Radiator fan
wipers
perature
smoking
Refer to
Direction
Windshield
No charge to
the Owner’s
Airbag
Fuel
indicators
washers
battery
Manual
Never place a
rear-facing
Shield eyes
Parking lights
Defroster
Foot brake
child seat in
this seat
Keep out of
Electric
Hazard warn-
Rear window
reach of
Coolant level
windows
ing lights
heating
children
Battery acid
Deactivating
Front fog
Engine oil
contains sul-
of rear window
Cabin fan
lights
pressure
phuric acid
switches
Risk of
Central
Rear fog light
ABS brakes
explosive gas
locking, lock
Central
locking,
unlock
Trunk lid,
opening

10
Safety
Safety
Safety belts ___________
11
Seats ________________
16
Head restraints ________
20
Child safety ___________
21
Airbag________________
26

Document Outline

  • Introduction
  • Instrument panel
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Engine bay
  • Warning labels
  • Example of symbols that can be found in your car
  • Safety
  • Safety belts
    • Safety belt reminder
    • Correct position for safety belt
    • Front safety belts
    • Belt height adjustment
    • Safety belt use during pregnancy
    • Safety belt pretensioners
    • Safety belts, rear seat
  • Seats
    • Manually adjusted front seats
    • Electric heating, front seats (option)
    • Height adjustment, drivers seat
    • Legroom adjustment
    • Backrest rake angle
    • Lumbar support
    • Electrically adjustable front seats (option)
      • Height adjustment and seat angle
      • Legroom adjustment
    • Backrest rake angle
    • Lumbar support, drivers seat
    • Memory function (option)
  • Head restraints
  • Child safety
    • Protect your children from getting trapped in the trunk of a car
    • LATCH
    • Child tether anchorages for forward facing child seats
    • Installation of child restraint using the standard safety belt
  • Airbag
    • Airbag system components
    • Front passenger seat
    • Head protection
    • Side airbags
    • Inflatable curtains
    • Airbag warning lamp
    • Crash sensing
    • Servicing the airbag system
    • Scrapping or working on airbag and belt pretensioners
    • Frequently asked questions on function of the airbag
  • Security
    • Security
    • Doors
    • Central locking
      • Remote control
      • Locking/unlocking the car
      • Locking a car with dead battery
      • Trunk lid
      • Switches on front doors
      • Child safety locks
      • Trunk Release Handle
      • Reprogramming lock system functions
      • Checking the number of remote controls
      • Changing the key battery
      • Immobilizer
    • Car alarm
      • Arming the car alarm
      • What trips the alarm?
      • Signals when the alarm is tripped
      • Movement sensor
      • Panic function
      • Overview of functions
      • Quick guide, LED and Saab Information Display (SID) messages
    • Manually opening the fuel filler door
  • Instruments and controls
    • 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
      • Turbo gauge
      • Fuel gauge
    • Information display, main instrument panel
    • Saab Information Display (SID)
      • Profiler
      • Trip computer function of the SID
      • Night Panel
      • Clock
      • Alarm
      • System Settings
    • Switches
      • High/low beam
      • Headlight flasher
      • Courtesy Headlamp Feature
      • Instrument lighting
      • Headlight levelling
      • Rear fog light
      • Front fog lights
      • Turn signal & lane change indicators
      • Hazard warning lights
      • Back-Up
    • Wipers and washers
      • Windshield wipers
      • Washers
      • Headlight washers (certain variants only)
      • Rain sensor (option)
    • Manual climate-control system
      • Temperature control
      • Air distribution
      • Recommended settings in severe cold
      • Settings for various weather conditions
      • Air vents
      • Condensation water
    • Automatic climate- control system (ACC)
      • Temperature control
      • Air vents
      • Condensation water
      • Functions
      • Formation of ice and mist in extreme weather conditions
      • Calibration
      • Programming
      • Profiler
  • Interior equipment
    • Interior equipment
    • Steering wheel adjustment
      • Horn signal
    • Electric windows
      • To open
      • Comfort opening (option)
      • To close
      • Comfort closing (option)
      • Pinch protection
      • Calibration
      • Deactivating the rear window switches
    • Sunroof
      • To open
      • To close
        • Comfort opening (option)
        • Comfort closing (option)
      • Pinch protection
        • Emergency operation of the sunroof
    • Interior lighting
      • Sun visor
        • Trunk lighting
    • Cup holder
    • Ashtray
    • Storage compartments
    • Rearview mirrors
      • Door mirrors
      • Interior rearview mirror
      • Interior rearview mirror with autodimming
      • Interior rearview mirror with garage opener, autodimming function and compass (certain variants o...
      • Autodimming
      • Compass
    • Trunk
      • Folding down the rear seat
      • Trunk Release Handle
      • Emergency opening of the narrow backrest
      • Load-through hatch
      • Trunk Release Handle
      • Lashing eyes
      • Trunk lighting
      • Emergency opening of the narrow backrest
        • Tools and spare wheel
  • Starting and driving
    • Starting and driving
    • Ignition switch
    • Steering wheel lock
    • Starting the engine
      • Starting the engine
      • Useful tips on starting the engine
    • Important considerations for driving
      • Limp-home
      • Important considarations with catalytic converters
    • Refueling
      • Refueling
      • Recommended fuel:
        • Fuel (Gasoline Engine)
    • Engine Break-in Period
      • Wearing in new brake pads
    • Manual transmission
      • Clutch interlock
    • Automatic transmission
      • Park Brake Shift Lock
      • Adaptive gear change patterns
      • Thermal transmission protection
      • Lock-up
      • Kick-down
      • Driving in hilly country with a heavy load
      • Towing
      • Descending hills
      • Limp-home
      • Selector lever positions
    • Cruise control
      • To set the desired speed
      • To increase the preset speed
      • To reduce the preset speed
      • Temporary increase in speed
      • To disengage the system temporarily
      • To re-engage the system
      • To disengage the system
    • Braking
      • ABS brakes
    • Traction Control System (TCS)
      • Anti-spin system
      • How the system works
      • TCS OFF
      • TCS indicator
      • Turning the TCS off
    • Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
      • Anti-skid system
      • How the ESP system works
      • ESP OFF
      • ESP indicator light
      • Turning ESP system off
    • Parking brake
    • Parking
      • Parking on a hill
      • Long-term parking
    • Saab Parking Assistance
    • Economical driving
      • Factors affecting fuel consumption
      • Breaking-in
      • Weather conditions
      • Driving techniques
      • Road conditions
      • Engine block heater (standard equipment in Canada, accessory in U.S.)
    • Driving in cold weather
      • Driving with tire chains
    • Driving in hot climates
    • Towing a trailer
      • Trailer hitch attachment
      • Recommendations for cars with automatic transmission
      • Recommendations for cars with manual transmission
      • Trailer hitch load
      • Checks before driving
      • Driving considerations
      • Reversing
    • Driving with a roof rack load
    • Driving with a load
      • Tires
    • Driving with the trunk lid open
    • Driving in deep water
    • Driving at night
    • Towing the car
      • Front towing eye
      • Rear towing eye
      • Towing the car
    • Vehicle recovery
      • Transporting the car
    • Driving with the compact spare wheel
    • Jump starting
    • For long trips
  • Car care
    • Car care
    • Hood
    • Engine
      • Engine families
    • Emission control systems
      • Saab Trionic engine management system
      • ORVR (Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery)
    • Engine bay
    • Engine oil
      • Checking the oil level
      • Changing engine oil
    • Air filter
    • Transmission fluid
      • Manual transmission
      • Automatic transmission
    • Coolant
    • Brake/clutch fluid and brake pads
      • Checking
    • Power steering
    • Battery
      • Battery disconnect switch
    • Drive belt
    • Wipers and washers
      • Wiper blades
      • Washers
      • Washer jets
    • Changing bulbs
      • Autochecking of lights
      • Headlight aiming
      • Bi-Xenon headlight, main and dipped beam (certain variants only)
      • Low beam, halogen
      • High beam, halogen
      • Parking lights
      • Front turn signal bulbs
      • Side-mounted turn signal bulbs
      • Front fog lights
      • Side marker lights
      • Stop lights, tail lights and turn signal bulbs
      • Reversing lights and rear fog light
      • Dome light, front
      • Dome light, rear
      • License plate lighting
      • Glove compartment lighting
      • Trunk lighting
      • Courtesy/floor lighting
      • Other bulbs
      • Bulb table
    • Fuses
      • MAXI fuses
      • Fuse panel in end of fascia
      • Trunk fuse panel, left-hand side
      • Fuse panel in engine bay
      • Fuse panel in front of battery
    • Wheels
      • Alternative wheels and tires
      • Tire pressure
      • Automatic tire pressure monitoring
      • Shifting the wheels
      • Tire markings
      • Winter tires
        • Tire quality grading (cars sold in U.S.)
        • Uniform Tire Quality Grading (US)
        • Treadwear
        • Traction
      • Temperature
      • Wear indicators
      • Tire date code
    • Compact spare wheel
      • Compact spare
    • Changing a wheel
      • Driving with tire chains
    • 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)
      • Troubleshooting
      • Inadequate cooling
      • Maintenance
    • Headlight aiming
  • Maintenance and owner assistance
    • 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. and Canada)
      • Service information
    • Reporting Safety Defects (U.S.A.)
    • Reporting Safety Defects to the Canadian government
  • Technical data
    • Technical data
    • General particulars
    • Engine
    • Engine oil
    • Fuel
    • Engines
    • Electrical system
    • Drive belt
    • Manual transmission
    • Automatic transmission
    • Suspension
    • Steering
    • Brake system
    • Wheels and tires
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  • Index
    • Index
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