Well, I suppose the good news is that it's pretty much harmless even though it doesn't sound like it. I've lived with the same thing (2k 9-3) for many years and I've just gotten used to it (and many other have as well). I'm in California and temperature has little effect, but I have noticed it goes away after I've just washed the car - maybe that's a clue. The only advice I've gotten that I have not tried out was from someone here on Saabnet who claimed that it was coming from the two rubber bushings for the sway bar. It's really hard to get silicone spray into them, and replacing is a PITA (you've got no clearance without dropping the sub-frame) so I took the lazy way out and let it ride.
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