Question about Saab Cars & Trucks
I bought a 2001 Saab 93 (automatic) -- four days later the engine overheated. I pulled over immediately & never drove the car again. The radiator wouldn't hold coolant so I had it towed. The dealer had issued a full warranty on the engine but is claiming negligence, thus refusing to fix. Two questions, is it possible for the engine to seize from one overheating? I don't think the mechanic knows what they're doing. Secondly, could the problem be something they're overlooking. They say there's no compression and the engine won't turn on. Thank you!
Only if overheated bad enough, it could seize up the engine. But if it was seized, there is no way to do a compression test. ?? Take the bas***** to court. If truly no compression, the engine is shot, they didn't overlook anything, but they should be liable for a new engine- a warranty is a warranty or it is worthless. Sue them!
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