The symptoms were that after pulling over the car would attempt to run but would die out right away, after a few tries it does not even try to fire. So this appears to be a fuel delivery problem. I guess the primary suspect is the fuel pump - I know on the C900 you can put a jumper across a couple of fuse connectors to fire up and test the pump. Is there a way to do that on the 9000? (I've been searching the board for fuel pump issues but have not found that yet.)
As luck would have it my C900 is also off the road waiting for front brake calipers. (When it rains it pours!) So much for the idea of driving a Saab up to the NJ Saab Owners' winter gathering this Saturday...
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