Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 18:34:30 GMT From: "Keith Grider" <keithnopsamidaytech.com> Subject: Re: I need help with my '86 900S
Ron, MAF or AMM will cause it to stall as well. A real mark of a bad AMM is that it runs really rich and has an idle which wavers. It can be checked with a multimeter (digital) on the O2 sensor. If it is solid at a value higher than 0.6V or so, it is a clue of a bad AMM. Also if it is spitting water and black smoke out the tailpipe it is another clue. You just got the car. I would first rule out other issies first. Look for and fix any vacuum leaks (replace all vacuum hose on a car this old). Check and set the timing. get a set of plugs and possibly wires/cap/rotor if they 'need it'. Make sure the filters are OK. Keith Grider "The Masked Bandit" <masked_banditnopsameja.com> wrote in message news:8v3rlg$sb9$1nopsam1.deja.com... > Hello, I just bought a 1986 Saab 900S, It's running very rough, the > guy I bought it from said that it needed a new mass airflow sensor, but > I don't think that that's the problem. It starts and runs fine, and > it's driveable, but it stalls very easily and doesn't have the power it > should. Can anyone help me? My e-mail address is Ron_doggnopsamail.com > thanks > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > Before you buy.