Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2000 04:52:21 GMT
From: "Julie" <>
Subject: Re: Saab Lemon?

don't know about the 9-3, however, my 89 900t did something like that and it ended up being the distributor cap. anyway, i think kelley blue book has a blurb or two about lemon laws, i believe the site is or something similar... my two cents... Julie Racerx <fahrvegnugennopsamcom> wrote in message news:OOonV9sh$GA.254nopsamnbbsa05... > Need some advice. I've got a 99 9-3 manual, that's developed an odd problem > that my dealer is having trouble fixing. After the car is warmed up, it > will not idle while still. It runs beautifully as long as I'm driving, but > without fail, it'll just turn off anywhere's from 5 to 15 seconds after I > get to a red light and put it in neutral. After it stops, it will start > right up. I can coast in neutral, and it stays on, it's only when it is > still. So far, the car has been to the dealer twice (3rd time tommorrow) > and they have replaced the direct ignition cassette, reprogrammed the > computer, installed a new computer and replaced the Trionic 7 unit. They > thought that the Trionic replacement fixed it, and it seemed to for about 6 > hours, (Maybe just a coincidence) but now I'm back to square one. The car > has 9k miles, is 8 months old, and has has been to the dealer a total of 6 > days and two trips in the last 1.5 weeks....again, I'm taking it back in > tommorrow. So two questions.....1.) Anyone know anything about Maryland > lemon laws and 2.) Any ideas that I can pass on to my dealer? > > Thanks ahead for any responses. > >

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