Date: Wed, 06 Jun 2007 15:40:53 GMT
From: th <someguynospamwhere.se>
Subject: Re: My DI Cassette failure


Rod H wrote: > "Richard Sauer" <chongkilnospamast.net> wrote in message > news:LtGdnVA_rcfWk_vbnZ2dnUVZ_v-tnZ2dnospamast.com... >> Well it had to happen. At 93,000 miles my rear DI Cassette on my 2000 9-5 >> SE (v6) died. The scene: Started car in the parking lot of a Chinese >> restaurant. Car shook-misfires in 1,3,and 5-burning odor. Shut car off. >> Fortunately I was only 10 miles from the Saab dealership. The other DI >> cassette was already replaced by the previous owner. I feel a bit sad >> about this because the catalytic converter didn't burn up, thus depriving >> me of the total DI cassette experience...the cost, the down-time. A month >> earlier I replaced the battery..perhaps the full cranking power of a new >> battery helped finish off the rear cassette..I don't know. At least I >> feel like a true Saab owner now. >> >> Rich >> > I keep hearing about these di cassette failures and it sure makes me > nervous. maybe I should purchase one and have it in my car just in case. > > rod > > This has been standard procedure among Saab connoisseurs since the DI cassette was introduced. Welcome to the club! -- th

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