Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 11:06:13 -0500
From: "J. Harris" <insectonopsamspring.com>
Subject: Re: Failed Emissions test


Same thing happened repeatedly to my '88 9000T (R.I.P). Our state (Georgia-USA) has similar emission target levels and a "pay-to-drive" clause were if you spend enough money on repairs then you get a repair waiver until next year when you get to pay again... Anyway, new exhaust/cat didn't help much and chemical treatments were a joke; new plugs did very little too. Realizing a new air mass meter would get me to the repair waiver, I paid for it; my mechanic also adjusted the timing. With the new AMM I passed with levels below a new car's emission level! If you plan to keep your Saab for awhile, then a new AMM might be a good expense. -- J.E. Harris '01 9-3 SE '97 900 SE '88 9000T R.I.P. "darkpoter" <darkpoternopsamail.com> wrote in message news:pOv6a.378$945.1649nopsamnn1.netcom.ca... > Was too high in my CO reading... > Anybody have any idea's on how i could lower them? > Have a newer exaust system. > Its an 84 saab 900 turbo > > Thanks > > matt > > >

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