Question about Saab 9 3
Heres the sad part of electronic controlled engines. i had a problem with my olds cutlass . one day it needed an egr, week later it needed an 02 sensor, few days later it needed a vss sensor.....................after talking to a QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN ~ i bought the 100 dollar ecm (brain) and the problems all went away. the ecm was bad and was giving out a different code everyday.
if yours went into limp home mode ( your chipset is loose or bad) wires to ecm can be loose / dirty or wet / an electrical spike zapped something in the ecm lots of possible problems. my camaro only goes into limp home mode when i take out my chip, or when someone kicks the ecm. of course i program my own chips, and leave the ecm sitting on the passenger floor. it sounds like you have a microchip problem on your ecm, making it go into limp mode
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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