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Engine Oil Pan For Saab 9-3 1999 2.0L 900 94-98 2.0/2.3L 900 1994 2.1L 311-58425 (Fits: Saab 9-3) Saab 900 1994 l4 2.1L Petrol Convertible. Saab 9-3 1999 l4 2.0L Petrol Convertible.
Engine Oil Pan Fit Saab 900 L4 2.0L 2.1L 2.3L Saab 9-3 1999 2.0L SAP01A 264800 (Fits: Saab 900) Part Number: SAP01A, 103152, 9144650, 264-800, BACB22-190001, OS30809, 264800, 9144650, 311-58425. Saab 900 1994 l4 2.1L Petrol Convertible.
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The engine oil pan is a metal container located on the underside of the vehicle beneath the engine crankcase that collects falling oil during engine operation to be used again. The engine oil pan contains a drain plug for oil removal.
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Well it seems my SAAB has deceived me again regarding an oil leak. I thought I had a oil pan gasket seal, but after dropping the exhaust again, I noticed that the oil was tracing from the front and a higher location just to the side of the waste gate. I've included a picture below.
About Engine Oil Pans. The engine oil pan is a metal container located on the underside of the vehicle beneath the engine crankcase that collects falling oil during engine operation to be used again. The engine oil pan contains a drain plug for oil removal. Since the engine oil pan sits lower than the engine, it is exposed to the elements and potential road hazards.