Question about 1999 Saab 9-5
I have replaced the fuel pump, the ignition coils, the plugs, the crank sensor, the battery, the gas cap.....and the check engine light hasn't gone off....any suggestions? If I disconnect the battery will it go away when I re-connect it? UGH - this car costs WAY too much to maintain.
Thanks for any help
Typical computerised car!
im going back to the good old ways!
Now back to yours lol
get it scanned & reset
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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Your fuel pump could be on its way out; check under the back seat when the ignition is turned if the FP could be heard, also check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail under the hood. You can just pull the valve cap when ignition is on to see if gas flows out of the valve. The CPS could be the problem as well if it's an auto check the neutral switch to. And check all vacuum lines for wear or break and replace if needed.
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