Question about 2000 Saab 9-5
I drove the car from Cincinatti to Denver. The car has 83,000 miles on it now. It did fine all the way to Denver, but 1 week after driving around the town (interstate and standard roads) the tailpipe started producing a thick whiteish smoke. I had checked the oil level and the coolant and all seemed fine. Any ideas on what the electrical problem is and how much it would normally cost to fix?
I really can't give you an idea of what the cost would be. I would call an electrician and see what they would tell you. You can call multiple places to see if their answers are different at all. Just make sure that you check online reviews on whoever you chose to go to.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1996 9000 CS will not start
try adding some HEET to it it is a gas line antifreeze product which also takes care of water in the gas other then that you may need a fuel pump which will require a towe
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
There is a PIP on this concern that states that you're vehicule may have a pcv system problem. Simply take off you're air intake tube (the tube between the trottle body and air filter) and check to see if the trottle body or air intake tube are oily inside (like realy wet). If so i'd recomend going to you're dealer, they got a special procedure for this problem.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Saab 9-3 losing coolant
With a compression coolant system tester,check the system to see if startsleeking(engine coold)let it be so for a few hours!
Take out plugs and check if is any water inside(if is a big leek it will show you),check inside cabine radiator!
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
First check all of your fuses with a test light. When you hooked the cables up backwards something shorted and a fuse is blown. Once you replace the bad fuses the lights and everythinmg should go back to normal operation.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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