Read you owner's manual and listen to the CD that came with the car. I remember that one of mine stated that Saab would make adjustments at your 30 day inspection for free. Only the first adjustment is supposed to be free. Anything after that is up to the dealer. Both of my Saab's first adjustments were free. I ahd the first one performed at the 30 day inspection, and the second one done the day I picked up the car.
I would call the dealer up and ask if the charge was an accidental oversite on his part, or if he would prefer you to call Saab USA and have them speak with him directly to verify the policy with him.
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