Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 17:47:30 GMT
From: "KeithG" <noonenopsaml.com>
Subject: Re: LH Jetronic computers...


1989 was the year for the failures. Mostly, the LH computers work fine. It is just with the 1989 model year. 1989 900 non-turbo 2.0 box SAAB 7 48 71 35 SAAB reman 88 26 026 Bosch 0 280 000 564 Make sure that the 'new' box has the appropriate number and that you are not getting a NOS 'bad' part number. A used one will work as well, just don't get one from a 1989 unless it has the reman part number. Get it replaced and drive it a long while more. Don't give it up for a ProtÈgÈ. You WILL regret it! Regards KeithG (bitten by a bad 1989 LH ECU) "Dan" <dan.burnettnopsamxerox.com> wrote in message news:9meb9k$sh5$1nopsam.wrc.xerox.com... > Hi folks - So my 1989 SAAB has been down for quite some time as I tried to > fix it myself for a while, had it towed and waited for the dealer to get to > it, now I'm waiting for parts. Lucky I had another car available huh! > > So, They tell me that the Fuel Injection computer is dead and they told me > the part is $395. I called a place dealing in SAAB parts and they quoted > $375 for a rebuilt. So I let the dealer have at it. How often do these > computers go? Is it just one of those things where it goes after a while? > I'm at 177K > > Now I have the terrible decision to either give up on the SAAB and drive a > 1990 Mazda Protege while I save for a 9-3 or continue down the road with the > SAAB. Any opinions? > > -Dan > >

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