Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 05:39:37 GMT
From: afterthefallNOSPnospamropy.muc.muohio.edu (DuchovnySexBomb)
Subject: Re: Sudden Saab Death Problem


Paul <pmerrimannospamast.net> wrote: > A friend's 1995 900S Convertible (110k miles)just dies without warning > when she's driving it. Shop mechanic says no fault codes indicate > anything wrong. He can't diagnose or fix it without it going dead in > front of him. She can't trust the car now for transportation. > > Mechanic says it might be moisture in the distributor cap or bad wires > and recommends replacing them to see it the problem goes away. Sounds > like the start of some potentially expensive trial and error that may > not fix it. > > Any other ideas out there? Similar problems? > > Thanks, > Paul I'd start by first checking the spark plugs for any signs of mischief - unusual blackness, bad gapping, and so on. If the car was showing any previous signs of performance loss, it could be indicative of an ailing DI cassette. Good luck!

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