Question about Saab 900
FIrst thing i would do is check fuel pressure on the rail. IT should be on top of engine near spark plug holes. THere is a valve that looks like a bicycle tube valve, press it and see if you have gas. Be careful its under pressure. You really need to put a measuring device on there and see if you have correct pressure.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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