Question about Saab 900
The "Check Engine" warning comes from the ECM , it has detected a fault - a part failed and the ECM has routed around it to make the engine work sufficiently well for a time. You must read the error code, (any repair shop or parts seller will be able to do that) and the error code will tell you what system is not properly functioning. Use that information to check the parts from that system and identify and replace the failed part.
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