Question about 1997 Saab 900
I'm not sure how he got these codes but nothing i have ever seen, the codes should be like po301 or p1152 codes like that, heres a quick test, remove the upper cover that contains the coils and module, this is the most common problem, you will remove it and leave it connected to the connector and have someone spin the engine and see if theres spark, if theres no spark then that may be the problem, this is an expensive part,here are a few pictures of it, good day.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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