Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2006 11:39:44 +0000
From: Colin Stamp <col.dustbinnospamp.plus.com>
Subject: Re: DI cassette failures


On Sun, 17 Dec 2006 12:08:25 -0800, Greg Farris <farrisnospam.org> wrote: >Follow-up on the earlier thread : >How many here have already had this happen? >It is widely rumored that this part fails often, and owners are reminded >to carry a spare, as replacement is simple, and failures are common. > >Yet I have never seen one fail. >I'm assuming the rumors have at least some factual basis, even if they >may be exaggerated, so how many have seen thyese things fail? > >Does anyone know the typical explanation or failure scenario? > Although I started the earlier thread after having mine changed, I'm not convinced there was ever anything wrong with it. I noticed the engine warning light on as I drive away from my Saab dealer who'd just done some checks on the car. When I took it back, they said it was a DI cassette fault but it was no problem because they could change it under the recall notice. It seems an awfully big coincidence to me. If I had to guess, I'd say they left a connector off first time, and made up the DI story to cover the mistake... Cheers, Colin.

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