Question about 1996 Saab 900
On cold dry mornings if the temperature is below about 10 degrees C it will usually not start. As soon as the temperature warms up later in the morning it starts perfectly. I have replaced the crank angle sensor, the spark plugs, the coil and the distributor cap and rotor, but no improvement. My garage does SAABs but can't fix it. The problem was avoided for many years by a wire which someone put from one part of the engine to another, but my garage removed because it was unusual. Unfortunately I don't know what it did.
I would replace the fuel pump, they do this in cold temps, stop working that is.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
I know this is the obvious solution, and you might have already checked but does your battery have enough CCA (Cold Cranking Amps).
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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