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My 2002 saab 9 3 turbo starting idiling funny now that the temperature outside has gotten hot out. I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but I bought it used two weeks ago, and it's ran great ever since. Does anyone know what it could be? I put 92 octane in it yesterday and fuel injector cleaner hoping it would solve the problem, but it hasn't so far. Thanks.

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92 octane ??you having a laugh 95 more like ,the idle could be sensor playing up?? what one?? need to plug it in to try to find what one

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