Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 22:19:32 GMT
From: - Bob - <>
Subject: Re: 9-5 2.3lpt misbehaving

On Thu, 22 Feb 2007 17:34:30 -0000, Gary Fritz <> wrote: >Oh really!? They have Tech2's there? What do they charge? No, they have OBD2 readers. All cars sold in the USA since 1996 have a standard OBD2 interface to the computer/emmissions controls. YOu can buy an ODB2 device to read the codes for $150. Autozone will read them for free. They will also reset it for you. TechII is a much more expensive device and gives you full access to programming the Saab control systems. About $2k AFAIR.. >I went to my usual service guy when I had the coolant sensor CEL. He >wasn't there and his assistant charged me $50 to read the Tech2 code. Grr. Yeah... $50 is the going rate to run the TechII but most indies will do it for free most of the time. Some dealers will even do it for free if you are having other work done.

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