Question about Saab 900
You probably have a bad cylinder head, or gasket. If yours is a diesel, you possibly could have a bad cylinder liner. You need to get some tests done.
A coolant pressure test to see if your coolant system is holding pressure. (I'm guessing it won't)
A leak down test will test cylinder condition and valves.
A compression test, to see if just one cylinder may be the issue.
Don't drive it untill you get it looked at.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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