Date: Wed, 12 Aug 1998 20:01:05 +0800
From: Joey Kam <joeykamnopsamigator.com>
Subject: Re: '94 9000 "check engine" light


hi, I had a 94' SAAB 900s and faced the similar problem before. The check engine light on without any significant affect on the auto performance. Even I send my car to the dealer; they don't have any comments. However, one of my friend, also a saab owner, advise me to change the fuel tank cover... ... now, the problem gone! Joe Stephane Surprenant wrote: > Hi i own a 9000s 91 i got that same thing when my oxygen sensor gave up on > me ie: rough iddle in humid wheater.... > But anyhow y dont you get a tech to plug a diagnosis comp on the car you > will get a code if something is wrong provided that the sensor is good..... > good luck. > > Stephane Surprenant > falcontinopsamther.net a écrit dans le message > <6qqgri$h6q$1nopsam1.dejanews.com>... > >I bought a 9000 CSE Turbo a couple of weeks ago. Today, the "Check Engine" > >light came on and stayed on. According to the owners manual this is a > result > >of fuel injection, or emission system control system. It reads; "An > emergency > >program in the control unit will take over, enabling the car to continue > >whith somewhat diminished performance" The car seems to be functioning > >normally, and the dealer that sold the car feels it is likely a sensor > >problem. Does this ring a bell with anybody? Oddly enough, I also have a > >Honda with a longstanding similar problem, the Fuel Injection light comes > on > >often. A couple of mechanics told me that also was likely a computer sensor > >problem. Recently another mechanic pointed out a light under the seat that > >indicates a malfunction. Could there be any indicator on the SAAB like > this? > > > >Robert > > > >-----== Posted via Deja News, The Leader in Internet Discussion ==----- > >http://www.dejanews.com/rg_mkgrp.xp Create Your Own Free Member Forum >

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