Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 01:40:39 GMT
From: "Bill Jackson" <wjacksonnospamester.rr.com>
Subject: Re: 2001 9-5 Engine Issue


My 99 9-5 does this the diagnosis from the dealer (and by the way has been verified by others) is that the oil seals on the turbo are going, and seaping oil into the intake manifold. Mine has the same symptoms, in the cold weather no puff of blue smoke on startup, but when it gets hot and the car has sat for a while I always get it. At some point I'm going ot have to replace or have the turbo rebuilt, but I'm willing to put up with it for a wihle. "Ted Lechman" <eastwood132nospamo.com> wrote in message news:4dadnY6QzP35zUnfRVn-sAnospamphia.com... > Hello everybody - > > I recently purchased a 2001 9-5 4-cyl, auto-trans (in late Dec 2004). I'd > appreciate it if anyone with firsthand experience or knowledge of my > problem can help me make sure my mechanic does the right thing: > > The car ran great until it started getting hot here in the Northeast USA > in June of this year. Then is started emitting a huge belch of burnt > gasoline/oil when the ignition was turned on when > - it was warm outside ( > 75 degrees F) > - the car had not been running for a while (no belch of smoke when the car > had been running within a hour or more) > - runs ok otherwise > - the problem seems to be getting worse - ie a bigger smoke belch at lower > ambient air temps. Its gotten noticably worse in the last two months. > > If youz guys( or gals) can offer me advise on how to diagnose - fix the > problem, I (a first time SAAB owner) would be much obliged. > > Thanks > Ted Lechman

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