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coolant is what makes the car keep cool. it wouldnt keep it from running. sounds like a gas problem. check the fuel pressure and check all the fuel compartments. take it to a mechanic.. not Saab. they will do it for cheap maybe nothing.
I have a 2001 saab 93 and battery will need a jump in the morning but battery is new. I found a small fuse box next to the battery with 4 60amp mega fuses in it and when I remove the 1st 2 fuses the battery will be ok in the morning? can someone help
have the water pump checked out, i had a van that did the same thing and founf i had a bad water pump it fixed the problem.also check the blower motor to make sure its working right by tapping on it while you have the car running. the car will survive dont worry its going to be one of those two things im pretty sure.