Question about 2000 Saab 9-3 Viggen
I have a Saab 93 S Series convertible.
Each time I take it out, depending on the length of time I have driven it, when I go to re-start it, it will not start.
All power is off like the battery is dead, but it is not the battery.
It could take 15 mins to hours and then it will re-start.
I have had battery replaced, the kick plate (?) ...I think this is what its called, replaced as I was told that was over heating...and it is now still doing it...
For a older car like yours, sometime sick just like an older people like me. Car is different, if you can find the reason why cause this kind problem, as soon as you fix it, it will run for a while, but it is not easy, I think when you drive for a while, the engine is hot, the ring on the piston expanded, that’s cause the engine stalled, after 10 to 15 minutes, the engine cool down, it will start and drive a short wait until the engine getting hot, it will stall again.
How do you solve this problem, go to junk yard and find a low mileage engine put in or rebuild your engine.
Hope this can help.
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