Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 18:26:08 GMT
From: "charles stoyer" <interpexnopsamhlink.net>
Subject: Re: Saab 900s '88 Misfiring


For intermittent problems, check the wiring for intermittent shorts to ground, between wires or intermittent open circuits. Very hard to find, very cheap to fix if you do. On our 85 900 T, we have had this twice. Once the cable from computer to injectors, etc. was grounding out on the head and I tied it to the A/C hose. Second time the wiring from the ingnition module to the Hall effect sensor in the distributor was shorting out where it winds underneath part of the cooling system on the head. Charles. "Skidwelwyn" <skidwelwynnopsamcom> wrote in message news:20011009170516.16018.00001122nopsamj.aol.com... > My 88 900 s 16 valve has a problem misfiring, engine cuts out for a moment and > then either runs on or check engine light comes on and car does not respond to > the accelerator. Many garage visits have not solved the problem, computer > diagnosis does not work as the problem is intermittent. Any similar > experience, solutions or thoughts.

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