Question about 1999 Saab 9-5
Consider having the Direct Ignition Module checked. These are notorious for shutting down due to an acknowledged poor design; interior unit overheating & oil leaking, that can result in the car shutting down without warning & in some cases, electrical fires. Saab issued a recall on this for model years 2000-02. Replacement is simple (4 bolts & electrical connector) but can cost $250-$500 if done by urself or close to $1000 at a dealer. - Spooky0508
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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