Date: Thu, 01 Apr 2004 07:25:18 -0500
From: KeithG <noonenospamay.com>
Subject: Re: '92 900S Check Engine Light Driving Me Crazy...


Make sure that you are checking the o2 sensor while it is connected to the system. If you disconnect it, it will not be a good test. Make sure that it is getting 12V to the heater and that the heater shows continuity. Once the heater warms up, it should start showing rich then lean (rich is >0.5V and lean is <0.5V) then oscillate between about 0.2 and 0.8v. If it is still lean, it may be the AMM. Check its output by peeling back the rubber boot and seeing what its voltage output (orange wire) while idling. It should be about 2V. Review this link as well: http://www.saabnet.com/tsn/faq/lhoverview.html KeithG strung wrote: > Any help would be appreciated. > > Fault Codes: > 12223 - Air-Fuel Mixture Too Lean > 12241 - Air-Fuel Mixture Fault > 12111 - O2 Circuit Problem... > > Over the last year I've replaced: > - O2 Sensor (2X with thesaabsite.com's 900 86-94 Universal Oxygen Sensor) > - Wires > - Plugs > - Fuel Filter > - Dist Cap > - Rotor > > Can't locate any vacume leaks. > DVM on O2 Sensor indicates voltage comes up to ~0.5 volts at turn on then > promptly returns to 0V. Telling me engine is running, Lean? > > Questions/Comments/Recommendations? > >

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