Question about 2002 Saab 9-5
Just the other day when my wife was driving our most reliable SUV to the mall and the car stopped idling and the all the warning lights came up and two (2) are very noticable, 1. High Temp 2. Low Oil Pressure. She then shut-off the igntion and proceed to the park position and waited for about 10 seconds. After 10 seconds, she proceed to start the vehicle and the vehicle started without any warning signs and acted like nothing ever happed to the car.
We have been driving for about a week now without any issues whatsoever.
Anyone had this happened to your Mercury Mountaineer? The dealership told me that they have never heard of such issue before.
Thanks for your feedback.
It is the oil sending unit ....located right next to the oil filter on the block
Posted on May 16, 2012
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