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Date: 22 Sep 2001 11:08:47 -0700
From: (Johannes H Andersen)
Subject: Re: SAAB 9000 CSE engineproblem with Trionic injection, help to diagnose wanted....

"ROM" <> wrote in message news:<6V6q7.1157$>... > SAAB 9000 CSE -94 (No turbo) Trionics system > When accelerating between 2-3000 rpm the engine does not give full power, > (hesitating) but after 3000 rpm somethings happens and the engine got new > life. > > I have... > 1 changed the sparkplugs and checked the gap > 2 checked all vaccuntubes from leaks > 3 checked gascap is not leaking > 4 checked oilfillment cap is not leaking > 5 disconnected the carbonbottle (enveiromentcontrol) > > but still nothing helps... > Anybody who knows this problem ? > > Don't know what is wrong with your email address, but my reply to your direct email failed again. Did you try to knock gently on the CAT? Well you decide, but I don't think a used CAT is a good idea, it may just have come off a car that has been scrapped, so the life is unpredictable. It is possible to find new CATs for the car at around half the official Saab price. Look around in club mags etc., but I was too lazy so I had the Saab part fitted at dealer, although I did negotiate a discount. > I know about the massmeater but I have the Trionic system in my newer -94, it's just a vaccumsensor and tempsensor and a computer more massmeaters.... Really? I thought that all ECU fuel injected cars had air mass meters? Johannes

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