Often times the rear bushings - mainly the cross-stay bushings will wear causing bad camber, but the springs have been known to sag as well. My car is lowered which placed the rear out of spec without regards to the bushings. Camber shims were the fix: http://www.genuinesaab.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=439 How to is here: http://www.twinsaabs.com/9-5_repair/suspension/rear/step5.asp?nsteps=6First, the alignment. This is what they wrote up "alignment is off, front and rear cambers are out of spec. est to repair $580"
The manager mentioned something about the camber not being adjustable like other cars, but that they had updated parts that would solve this? Does that sound right?
That doesn't negate the fact that you still may need to refresh your cross-stay bushings, and possibly the rear trailing arm bushings as well. I would recommend poly for the latter: http://www.eeuroparts.com/Parts/39990/Trailing-Arm-Bushing-Kit-Rear-Polyurethane-65340104PU/
Front brakes are fairly easy IF you have a long breaker bar to get the caliper carrier bolt off - it's a reverse torx head size 20 if I can remember correctly but don't quote me on that. ORDER THE SOCKET because you can't remove the bolt without it.The other thing that stuck out was "subframe bushings bad est to replace $318"
Do you need a lift to get these done? Besides creaks and a rougher ride, whats the harm in not doing them right away?
I would GLADLY pay $318 for a subframe bushing refresh! It's somewhat of a bear of a job; Some have also done poly here as well.
Taking care of the front brakes (they want $530!) and DI cassette($638) myself ;ol;
New DI cassettes are pricey but DAMN! $300 labor I guess for 4 little bolts and an electrical harness