Re: Intermittent Fuel Starvation? - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
As there's no pressure gauge when the car is being driven (I only have a diagnostic test instrument), I can't answer that question, but the symptoms seem to indicate loss of fuel supply. Whether that's the reservoir running empty (how that would happen in a 3/4 full tank is a mystery), something clogging the intake (the fuel level sender died some time ago -- maybe there are pieces of it floating around under the pump?) or an electrical problem (a bad or intermittent connection to a ground point?), is anyone's guess. Wish I had a bunch of telemetry gear to hook up so I could find out.
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