Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 19:53:11 +0100
From: "Fernando Alcaraz" <>
Subject: Re: saab 93 2.2TiD Broken Motor

well, I have the car today. The dialer told me that the "admision butterfly" (I'm not sure about the translation" brokes, ant a part of it went to the inside of a cylinder, it hit the valve, so it brokes. How can this part of the engine be broken?, so much pressure? a failure in the making process? I hope it will not happen again. see you "wh" <> escribi█ en el mensaje > See: A turbodiesel-engine with its extreme pressures is something like a > hot racing-engine for all-day-use. The producers let the customers carry > the risk of failure, wich is nearly not calculable. It does not only > happen at SAABs. A collegue of me owns an AUDI A6 TDI and had a broken > one of the bars which open the valves at only 25000 mls. > You cannot press 140 hp out of a Diesel without risk of loss. > Good luck > Wolfgang --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system ( Version: 6.0.410 / Virus Database: 231 - Release Date: 31/10/2002

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