Took my 99 9 3 SE for a test drive after new clutch, lots of bleeding to get it working, adjusting linkage and thinking all was good. Car shifted like brand new but then something must have become disconnected because I lost shifting. Tried to align shifter on the side of the road but it didn't work, so I suspected that the side I couldn't see from up top had loosened. No big deal I thought. I'll have it towed home, jack it up and see what I find. Tow truck came; it was the kind that has a part that looks like a fork lift that goes under the car, and then holds the front wheels up. Not what I expected at all. I asked if that kind of tow truck was okay to use on Saabs like mine and the driver said yes. Unfortunately I listened to him and he broke my oil pan. My suggestion is that if you ever need a tow, make sure it is a flat bed. I am going to see how they plan to make this good. Does anyone have a guesstimate about what the cost would be to have a new oil pan installed?