Date: Tue, 16 Feb 1999 20:55:43 GMT
From: dantinnenopsamejanews.com
Subject: Re: 88 9000 Turbo starting problems


How about the ignition switch?? In article <36c99aae.0nopsam.rlrnews.com>, "Jeff Morris" <morrisjnopsamorth.com> wrote: > I'm sort of at a loss here . . . > About half the time my 1988 Saab 9000 turbo starts right up with no > problems. The other times it doesn't even make a sound when I turn the key. > Sometimes it will start then after I turn the key a half-dozen times or so > and other times it will still not start after I turn the key 20 or 30 times. > > At first I thought it was the battery and the battery did turn out to be > bad. However, after I replaced the battery, it started happening again. Is > it the starter? Or does the battery just not have enough "oomph" to get the > starter going? (It is rated at 650 cca at 0 F and 800 cca at 32 F; it has > seldom been below 30 F this winter here.) > > Any help will be appreciated. Thanks. > > -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- http://www.dejanews.com/ Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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