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Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2000 07:56:52 -0700
From: Bob C. <>
Subject: Re: 88 saab 900- can't figure it out!

this is a pretty common problem with the Bosch fuel injection system. Does it clear up on chilly mornings? It is usually a trivial fix. I suspect that it is one of the sensors or one of the "cold start" systems( cold start selonoid, cold start fuel enrichment). the typical senario is that the engine gets too much fuel at start up ona balmy day since the fuel injection system "thinks" or "behaves like" it is a cold morning. it tends to go away as the engine warms up, or when it is a bonafide cold morning. I have never been very good at diagnosis of this problem however .. I usually shotgun it .. anyone out there have some rational steps for finding the problem? * Sent from RemarQ The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free!

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