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Had an issue about a couple of months ago that I thought I had fixed. Check engine light came on about the same time as the cruise control stopped working. After looking at the forums, the issue seemed to be corroded vacuum lines. Bought some silicon replacements, put them in, and viola! No check engine light, and cruise working. Today, after doing some light checks (had a couple burned out bulbs), I was driving and noticed the cruise was again not working. About a half hour later, the check engine light comes on! Thought that maybe one of the lines had come undone, but checked them, and they are fine. Any quick checks I could make to eliminate something else? Thanks again.
'96 SAAB 9000 Aero
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