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you use after cleaning metal but before priming so you have a good "tooth" for the following coats of stuff. it's been a long time ago that i did that, and it wasn't on a saab, but you might check with local auto parts (small places not chains i would think) that carry some paint prep stuff too.
as i recall, i de-rusted and cleaned the metal, then the etch, dried, then primed and painted.
i'd agree with your take on the WD-40. the only thing i can think of is because it is a water displacer, he's thinking that it will protect the surface from flash rush appearing. but then of course you'd have spray on surface which i think would be worse.
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