Question about 2004 Saab 9-3
Look at the oil and condition and check the internal crank case pressure. You can check that by removing the engine oil cap and put your hands over the fill hole and see if there are lots of pressure coming out, if there is just walk away. (The internal parts a worn like valve guild ect). idle the car and go for a test drive when the engine is warmed up. Look for any signs of blue smoke from the tail pipe when boost is applied at 1/2 to 3/4 throttle and see if there is any engine performance problem and then try it again at WOT without getting a ticket and be safe friend. after your test drive and the transmission feels good, check the transmission fluid for condition and level. Good luck and i am sure you'll know if there is something wrong with the brakes too on your own.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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