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I'm looking for a part for a 2001 SAAB 93 2.2 TiD but I'm not 100% sure what the name of the part is. Essentially it's a sleeve that goes in to the differential which the part in the attached image goes in to:

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I've been searching around and from what I gather, the term SAAB uses to describe it is "countershaft insert into diff bearing".

Any help locating one of these parts would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance,

Lee.

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Like the oil seal? Or the snap ring? Or the actual pinion that that shaft meshes with? –  Nick Jul 28 '12 at 19:47
    
@Nick Well we have the oil seal, but there's a "sleeve" which is supposed to hold the drive shaft end firmly in place. It sits on the part where you can see the diagonal ridges. I'll try and get a pic in the morning. –  Lee Brooks Jul 28 '12 at 22:45
    
Ok, some bushing of somesort. Your best bet would be a fiche with an exploded view and and part numbers. I don't know where you could find one for Saabs. –  Nick Jul 28 '12 at 23:25
    
Check for a official service center near you, they might help: saab.com/en-us/usa/the-company/service-centers/… –  Gabriel Mongeon Jul 30 '12 at 21:01
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The part on the picture is called "Companion flange" as per Saab's own electronic part catalogue (EPC) - number 7 on the drawing below. I'm not sure which one in particular you need, so here's the drawing itself:

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Check whether your engine type is among the listed above. Part numbers are listed on the right, and you can use those when ordering the components.

This is for Saab 9-3 first generation, which includes your model.

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