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Installing Factory Navigation in Your Saab! (Part 1)

In this vid, I go over how to install the factory Delphi satellite navigation radio in your 07-11 Saab 9-3. I ran into a few hiccups that are resolved in my part 2. Everything works (including steering wheel controls) with the exception of Onstar and the voice recognition/commands. I will show how to add the voice recognition in a part 3. If this helped you out be sure to like, subscribe for more content and comment below with questions.

Parts used in this vid include:
1.) Metra 40-CR20: https://amzn.to/3kG99fg
2.) Metra 40-EU55: https://amzn.to/3oNpt0q
3.) Chevrolet/Cadillac/Hummer/GM/GMC GPS Navigation Map Antenna: https://amzn.to/36lCjeY

4.) 12777838 or 12779029 SAAB 9-3 Navigation GPS System Radio (dont buy new!): https://www.cd4car.com/saab-9-3-navigation-gps-system-radio-cd-player-lcd-display-screen-monitor-12777838-12779029-2007-2008-oem/

5.) Radio socket for the vehicle speed sensor hook up if you don't have an original socket to modify: https://www.ebay.com/itm/GM-Factory-Radio-wiring-harness-Fit-Select-2007-2012-Saturn-Chevy-Pontiac-WH-363/190401848134?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT\u0026_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649

6.) Pre-made harness to plug into the radio for VSS hookup as well as to the VCIM to hook up voice recognition (shown in my part 3 nav install vid): https://www.ebay.com/itm/2007-2012-GM-GMC-CHEVY-TAHOE-YUKON-SILVERADO-NAVIGATION-VSS-VOICE-WIRING-HARNESS/303140281579?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20160908105057%26meid%3D4fcf71993ac34db28350faad77f4245e%26pid%3D100675%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D15%26sd%3D303140281579%26itm%3D303140281579\u0026_trksid=p2481888.c100675.m4236\u0026_trkparms=pageci%3A1c1b5489-8331-11e9-818b-74dbd1802c08%7Cparentrq%3A0b08d21416b0aca46a145145ff913d99%7Ciid%3A1

Credit for install information primarily came from this source: https://www.saabcentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=167338

Contact: WeakestOfWeeks@gmail.com
Weakest of Weeks : Exciting news (at least to me): The nav unit is now fully functioning!! Next week I'll post the part 2 video showing the map disk error fix. Be sure to subscribe to catch when it's posted! As always, thanks for watching
Anthony Caccavale : Is there a reason where you spliced the antenna wires? I see everyone just do a plug and play. Does it have to do with the XM? TIA
davezgy1 : I don't know who you are on FB or in real life, but I just want to say thank you for sharing all these information. I added the factory Nav unit myself but the learning curve was quite long after asking (bothering) way too many times and hours of internet research. Keep up with what you are doing, people like you are the reason why a dead car brand is still around till this day.
Alexander Nilsson : Wow, great video. Was alot easier to install a ICM3 on my 9-3 2003 however. Just plug-in, tech 2 install et voila. No GPS though, but still a big facelift
oceantrolls73 : Extremely informative. Great job. Thanks. I wonder how easy is it to install the Chinese stereos available on line... Tia.

SAAB 93 Twostroke 1960 for sale in Sweden. Classix buy and sell classic cars.

The amazing SAAB 93 came in model 93B and 93F. The SAAB 93 model was produced between 1956 to 1960. The SAAB 93B means it had the doors hung from the back. And, in October 1959 came SAAB 93F which means it had the doors hung from the front. However, already in February 1960 came the next model called SAAB 96. Still with two stroke engines but lost a little of that first aerodynamic shape that the SAAB 92 and 93 cars had.

Exterior: The car was repainted in the original grey colour in 2017 when most of the restoration work was done on the car. Wheels painted in the correct colour and fitted with white wall tyres in correct size. New windscreen and new rubbers all around the car in screens and doors. Underneath has been cleaned and painted with black rust primer. It is a stunning looking SAAB 93 that puts a smile on the face of everyone who sees it driving by.

Interior: It is not easy to replicate the SAAB 93 interior since they used some special materials not easy to find today. But, in this car it is exactly like it was when the car left the factory in 1960. The extra textile carpet has been put on top to protect the original grey rubber mats. The instruments are beautiful and the knobs and switches are in excellent condition. In the glove box the original SAAB 93 owner’s manual and price list for repairs in your Philipsons dealership. In the trunk is the spare also fitted with a new tyre. The originally supplied head gasket kit and a can of SAAB original two stroke oil that were supplied with the SAAB cars.

Engine: The engine was rebuilt at 33,760km and today it has around 3,500km and is rolling on every sunny day in Sweden. All parts around the engine, such as starter, fan, charging system were also rebuilt during the restoration. Brakes are good and the 3-speed gearbox is easy to operate.

History: This is an exceedingly rare SAAB 93F and the model was only produced for 4 months. It changed hand many times over the years and full owner’s history comes with the documentation. It also comes with the very first registration document in original from Sweden. Owner’s manual, original tax stickers and some other very rare original SAAB items such as the spare head gasket, original tools etc.

This is most likely one of the best preserved with original parts SAAB 93 on the market. I did not do this restoration, it was done by one of the owners before me. It has been fully documented and I have great respect for the man that did the restoration. For the reason that he has preserved and brought back as many of the original parts as possible, instead of buying new and perhaps sometimes parts in less quality than the original. This is an incredibly special car to me, and any enthusiast of Swedish motor history.
A T : Beautiful car
TaiChiGhost : I like the upgraded shifter pivot, the original one was made of rather weak, stamped steel the was prone to splitting. Don't ask me how I know.
Harry Chase : Where can I find one like this?
Paul Imhof : Best

(2003 - 2012) SAAB Shifter Bezel Replacement

In this vid I show you how to replace, upgrade and install the shifter bezel in your 2003-2012 Saab 9-3. Please like and subscribe for more Saab content! Thanks for watching!!

OEM carbon fiber like shifter trim panel for MANUAL transmission vehicles: part #12779657

OEM carbon fiber like shifter trim panel for AUTOMATIC transmission vehicles: part #12779658


Contact: WeakestOfWeeks@gmail.com
SJ-Omar : An easier way of removing the trim panel is removing the rubber tray and from that oval circle thing push back and up rather than pulling from the key location ... I also got carbon fiber wrap and when I did that I made sure to clear coat it a couple layers so it’s like a glossy carbon wrapped trim piece it’s pretty sweet not real I wish it was XD
james kingston : Changing my Ignition Module. So very useful. Thanks for the Video.
Delle 1159 : changed mine from black to silver from an aero :) did get a flathead screwdriver in the back off the boot. and gently pried on the small White "hooks" and it Went great :) sorry for my bad English, only a Swedish dude :) haha
Rony Giron : Where did you purchase the bezel? I am looking to place one on my 09 9-3 Saab
FlipBros AT : Can you give me the link for the website where you got that pls

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