Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2003 18:56:24 +0100
From: Nel Frikandel <nelfrikandelnopsamail.com>
Subject: Re: '91 9000T "Check Engine"


Hi Walt, I was not aware of LPG availability over in the US, untill recently in Las Vegas a cab-driver told me that most taxis in Las Vegas are converted. Then I realized I had noticed it through the smell of the exhaust gas of the taxis I had taken. However I am located in Holland, so I doubt if this of much use to you. However the company I had my car converted exports it's equipment too, mainly to the UK, Belgium, Turkey and France. Their website is http://www.lpg-systems.nl/, it is only in Dutch and French. However it has their contact details, and if you drop them an email, I'm sure they'll be able to answer you in English. Some UK websites on the subject: http://www.wrexham-autogas.com http://www.gascarco.com/cms.php/intro In the UK you see some companies selling do it youself kits. Check the usenet group uk.rec.cars.fuel.lpg for more advice. Found one site with LPG adresses in North America, however it only points ot Canadian, Carribian and a Mexican site. Perhaps you can contact a canadian company, and they can point you onwards. http://www.e-lpg.com/northamericacountries.asp?frommenu=autogas But the fact that Vegas Cabs were LPG converted, should indicate that thera are companies around doin it. I found the above links by typing the words „autogas„, „conversion„, „canada„ or „usa„ into google.com search engine. Good luckß! On Sun, 26 Jan 2003 10:18:02 -0600, "Walt Kienzle" <wkienzlenopsam.net> wrote: >Where did you get the equipment to convert your Saab to run on gas? I am in >the US and I have found several companies that claim to do this work, but >they seem to do most of their work on trucks and are unwilling to provide >information on pricing. > >Walt Kienzle >1991 9000T > >"Richard Chew" <Richnopsameldo.demon.co.uk> wrote in message >news:spQ7tAAe1YM+IwfYnopsameldo.demon.co.uk... >> The check engine light will come on when under gas because there is a >> difference in the amount of O2 in the exhaust between gas and petrol, in >> as much as the ECU sees the wrong readings than it should, as it thinks >> it's running on petrol. >> >> Not sure about the 9000, but the 9-3/9-5 you are able to tell the ecu >> it's running on gas. Not sure if you can with the 9000, though. >> >> Hope this helps >> >> >My '95 9000CS has often the check engine coming on. mostly it >> >disappears after the next startup. Sometimes even while driving it >> >goes away again. Worst case I have to pull the battery connector for a >> >couple of seconds to be rid of it. >> > >> >It is a '95 9000 (B204i/NoTurbo), LPG converted since 2000 and I >> >blamed the light on the gas system. Since the light never comes up on >> >gasoline, only on autogas. >> > >> >Is there a way to determine the need for replacement of the sond? >> > >> >Nel >> >> -- >> Richard Chew >

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