Old Saab have something from Ikea. They invite you to screw. Which is welcome if, contrary to expectations, something should no longer work. Then you can (usually) fix the problem yourself. However, as a consequence, the Sunday Saab column is a bit more compact.
The Saab 9000, which is my winter car this year, is doing well overall. November runs without any complications, the report follows, now the seat heating stops working. Ironically, now that the temperatures are going down noticeably. It doesn't help, on Saturday we go to the garage to do some work. The problem should be resolved quickly. But then I have another idea.
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