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My car it crnanck it but doesn't stay the engine on

I got a 1993 saab turbo 2.3 aero 4 cilinder i checked the de spark on the spark plug and it doesn't have 12 volts and also on the injectores ther is nothing no ground no positive please help me i apreciate thank you i think the problem could be the cranck possition sensor oh the cam position sensor i donn't know for this reazon i ask your help thank you

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It sounds like the crank sensor is out

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2003 saab 95 aero p-code 1300


Here is what I could find on it:

P1300
Random Misfire Detected. Catalyst Damaging.

Chances are that the Saab Ignition cassette is failing. You can find them on ebay, I recommend a new one since it is a common failure. Best to put new plugs in it while you are at it.
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Easy to change, you just need a T-30 Torx (4 small bolts)
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My 2003 Saab 9-5 Aero 4-cyl Turbo Won't start. However, I have power in car, lights windows and radio works. But it won't turn-over. It could be Starter or Starter Relay. I can't find out


Ok, those systems might still work because the not require as much energy as the starter. Check the Battery Voltage with a good Voltmeter. If below 12, there might be your problem!

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My saab 9-3 aero coupe 2001 has misfiring problem when going to accelerate the speed of the car. also turbo doesn't give the power it should.help



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The engine and automatic transmission in this vehicles drive train are fully electronically controlled by a computer called the PCM (Power Train Control Module). Whenever a problem like this occurs the computer stores a record of the problem (there are of course some exceptions to this, like the fuel pump, engine coolant temperature sensor and MAF sensor for instance) in the form of a fault code in its memory, to read these fault codes you must have the systems memory scanned with a special tool. Once the fault code(s) are read you then must perform the appropriate diagnostic testing to find and resolve the problem(s) DO NOT REPLACE ANY PARTS UNTIL A TRAINED TECHNICAIN HAS DIAGNOSED THE PROBLEM TO AVOID SPENDING YOUR HARD EARNED MONEY ON PARTS THAT MAY NOT CORRECT THE PROBLEM

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What is the spark plug gap setting for a Saab 9-5 (1998 2.0l model)


The spark plug gap setting for a Saab 9-5 (1998 2.0l model) is: 1,0 ... 1,1 mm.

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Hi, i have a mist fire cylinder #2 on the tester code. i change all 4 plugs but it's only run on 3. my car is a saab 900s 2.0l turbo manual 1997 with 215000 km


Check for compression on the cylinder that is misfiring. If compression is good 100lbs or better than see if the injector is pulsing( you need a noid light for this). It could also be the spark so check and see if you have spark.

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Changing spark plugs on saab 93 turbo 2.0


to replace the spark plugs you need to remove the ignition cassette which is held in with 4 t-30 screws and the plugs are underneath that.

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How do you check the ignition discharge module to see if it works properly


Diagnostic Procedure .
  1. Check the ignition discharge module's ground connection
    • Connect a test lamp to battery positive (B+) and pin 6 of the ignition discharge module's connector. The test lamp should light up.
Is the test lamp on?

YES: Continue with point 2.
NO: Check and rectify the wiring, including grounding point G7P. Then continue with point 4.

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  1. Check the ignition discharge module's 12 V supply
    • Connect the test lamp to pin 10 of the ignition discharge module's connector and battery negative (B-).
    • Activate one of the ignition coils by means of the ISAT scan tool. The purpose of this is to cause the main relay to operate.
The test lamp should light up.

Does the test lamp light up?

YES: Continue with point 3.
NO: Continue as described in "Fault diagnosis, main relay".

WARNING: The electronic ignition system generates up to 40,000 Volts. Such voltages can prove fatal to people with weak hearts or those who are fitted with a pacemaker. All due caution should therefore be observed when carrying out any work involving the ignition system .

IMPORTANT:
The ignition discharge module must be positioned with the ignition coils downwards during the test so that the transformer oil will provide good insulation in the high-tension part of the coils.

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  1. Check the operation of the ignition discharge module
Sparks should be produced on each spark plug that is activated.

Are sparks obtained?

YES: Change the spark plug and continue with point 4.
NO: Change the ignition discharge module and continue with point 4.
  1. Final check:
    • Try to start the engine.
Did the engine start?

YES: The remedial measure taken was correct.
NO: The fault is not in the ignition system.

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beleive it or not its more than likely a bad gas cap,pressure in the gas tank is leaking pass the cap,on some cars it makes the check engine light come on

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