Question about Saab 9 5
Quite likely to be idle bypass valve. On older Saabs, this was located in two hoses near the throttle body, but now they are usually integral to the throttle body. A quick and low risk way is to remove the bypass valve (unplug the electrical connector first) and clean it and the seating in the throttle body. Try putting the connector back on, turn ignition on, before replacing the valve in the body. It should move smoothly, if it does, then hopefully, you have a cure, if not, try another clean or buy a replacement. If it does move smoothly it wasn't the idle bypass valve and more diagnosis will be required.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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