Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 00:50:57 GMT
From: "Sheldon Rabin" <>
Subject: Re: irreproducible bucking

Ignition or fuel feed. Check for spark plug or HV transformer failure, Check the ignition casset, wiring and connections to it. same for fuel pumps; check for intermittant wiring and worn points. "Tom Reingold" <> wrote in message > My mechanics must think I'm nuts, because over the years, I have described > tons of problems that they have been unable to reproduce. Well, I guess > it's all in a day's work. > > THE CAR: > > 1995 Saab 9000CS with 167,000 miles (269,000 km; I'm in the US) > turbo replaced recently because the waste gate got stuck open > > THE PROBLEM: > > Upon acceleration, especially at low speeds and low RPM (under 3,000 or > 4,000), the car bucks rather hard. It feels as if I am jabbing the brake > twice a second. I can get it to go away (or at least lessen) by backing > off the accelerator. > > Any advice? > > Thanks. > > Tom Reingold > Noo Joizy > > > >

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