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Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 14:55:45 GMT
From: jlp <>
Subject: Re: Check Engine Light

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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