Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 22:21:48 -0400
From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Fuel Pump Question

Actually, I believe there are two pumps, but they are in the same unit. I have heard discussions about the pre-pump and the main pump and the diagrams seem to point to the same unit. At any rate, you need to go to your local Saab dealer with the complete VIN. It appears that Saab used at least 5 different fuel pumps in the '86 Saabs. I got off cheap, mine only needed an $18.00 check valve. This is also a very quick job, you will probably spend more time getting the mats and boards out of the back of car than you will replacing the fuel pump. Just don't smoke when you are doing the job. Greg Youngen wrote: > The fuel pump's gone bad in my '86 900 8v. There were the classic > symptoms of a droning sound coming from the gas tank, and after awhile, > the engine started cutting out when 1/4 full. > > Now it's no longer working and the car will not start. I'm going to try > to do this myself, since I was able to get the car home and the nearest > import mechanic is 15 miles away. > > I seem to be getting some conflicting info from the between my local > auto parts store and the Haynes manual. Does this car have one pump or > two? Or am I just going to have to pull it out to find out? The main pump > is expensive ~$250 so I want to make sure what I order is correct? > > By the way, are the pages down? I was going to check there first but > got no response from the site I had bookmarked. > > _________________________________________________________________ > Greg Youngen > St. Joseph IL >

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