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Saab 93 2.2 Tid Engine Light on

I have used the diagnostics machine to clear faults. The fault states it is the Baro Map sensor. I do not now where the component is located to remedy the situation. can you help?

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The easiest way to check is with the car running, disconnect the positve side of the battery, if the car dies, then it is the altenator, if the car keeps running then it is the battery. If you have a volt ohm meter, check the chrge going to the battery you should get between 12 and 14 volts if it is lower than 12 you have an altenator issue. the altenator should always produce enough to charge the battery and run the car at the same time, if not then the battery wears down.

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