Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 11:33:58 -0500
From: "Valjean" <JValjeannospamamcharter.net>
Subject: Re: headlights on engine dies


This is probably right; on my 9000, anyhow, the dash indicator initially reads about 10 amps when I first start it up. "C H Tay" <cheknospamrful.com> wrote in message news:7hk0s09b2c81b35ecf6smqa043u6gddticnospamcom... > i can think of 2 possibilities: > > your battery is weak and/or problems with the charging system. The > engine drained more power when its cold and when the current from the > battery is suddenly diverted to the headlights (which also draws power > from the battery), the engine dies. > > On Tue, 14 Dec 2004 22:43:54 GMT, "dill" <dillnospamigy.net> wrote: > > >I have a 91 Saab 9000 . if the engine is could , and I turn on the > >headlights , the engine dies . but if it warms up for five minutes . it's > >OK. Has anybody had this problem or know of a possible solution. Thank you > >in advance > > > > C H Tay > cheknospamrful.com

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