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Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2001 09:05:38 +0200
From: "ingit" <ingoloidnopsamail.com>
Subject: Re: Check Engine Light


i have this problem also and the dealer says this sensor is expensive. how much do you figure it should cost? -- opinions are like nopsamles, everybody has one "jlp" <jlpituch166nopsamhlink.net> wrote in message news:3AE1A006.A44D9C55nopsamhlink.net... > Get yourself better munual ... Haynes is last resort, check Robert Bentley > Publishers > they got orig. Saab wiring diagrams for older Saabs. There are no better > manuals > for cars then Saabs factory , but Bentley is 2nd best. > Back to engine light ... check vacum lines & replace if not sure, the lines > that go > to EGR may look ok but get heated a lot. It is possible that EGR temp sensor > is bad > but that is possible to determine from diagnostics/ ENG light 'morse' codes. > > best of luck , JLP > > > "BENGT J˙RGENSEN" wrote: > > > Hello Group, > > The Check Engine Light comes on, if I after driving 10 KM or more and then > > stopped the engine, start it again within 15 minutes. After a longer period > > nothing happens. It must be some temperature related fault, and I wonder > > where the engine temp-sensor is located ??, and also where to find the > > wiring diagrams ?? > > My car is a 9000 CD Turbo 2.3 from 1991, and the diagrams in Haynes manual > > are not correct. > > Any help greatly appreciated > > > > BGJ >

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