After a head gasket replacement, my car will still not start. The timing looks ok (the Exhaust camshaft might be off by one tooth) There seems to be fuel getting to the engine, the battery is good, spark plugs are new. What could be wrong with my car?
Saab 9-3 cylinder head retorque
I'm showing how to do the cylinder head bolt retorqueing on a Saab 9-3 but
this will work for 900 (1994-1998) Saab 9-3 (1998-2003) and Saab 9-5 and
maybe the 9000. It's very vague but it shows how and what to do.
Checking out a 1999 Saab 9-3 SE Convertible
This is a tour of a '99 9-3. From the '94-'98 900, Saab tightened up the
suspension a notch, changed the body style, and also got better crash
tests. This model is Imola Red on Medium Gray leather. If you want me to do
a video on a specific car please leave a comment. Thanks for taking a look.
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Saab Timing Belt Replacement (9-5 Arc 3.0T V6 Belts, Pulleys, Tensioner & Water Pump) FCP Euro
http://www.fcpeuro.com/Saab-parts/ ► We're back with Mike from M&M Motors
in Clinton, CT to complete another timing belt/water pump job. This time
it's on a 2002 Saab 9-5 Arc 3.0T V6 turbo. As always leave a comment if you have any
questions and don't forget to subscribe!
Saab Timing Belt Kit (9-5 900 9000) - Continental TB285K2
Saab Water Pump (9-5 900 9000) - Hepu P608
Saab Alternator Drive Belt (9-5) - Continental 4899555
Saab 9-5 SID LCD Display Repair
My repair of a Saab SID display, which had lost pixels on the LCD screen.
Ultimately, I discovered the ribbon cable had deteriorated beyond repair,
and I purchased a replacement ribbon cable. A $400 unit was fixed for a
little more than $40.
Saab 9-5 Trionic with Hiccups
Saab 9-5 Trionic with Hiccups
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Automotive Robo-Tech was called to a shop with a 1999 Saab 9-5, with a 2.0
liter Trionic T7 engine and an intermittent hiccup problem. Occasionally,
the engine will hiccup, but then continue to work properly. The shop could
not find any problems, because no faulty codes were stored. At some point,
the problem became worse and in one occasion, the tech could only start the
car after 20 minutes of trying. The problem was now occurring on a regular
basis. They observed that no spark was generated by the special Saab Direct
Injection module, and concluded it was defective and needed replacement.
Unfortunately, the owner had his car with the replaced module back the next
day. It appeared that the problem was not solved. The car was then brought
in for a thorough examination.
Saab equips their cars with a special Direct Ignition system. The ignition
system together with the ignition coils form a single package filled with
transformer oil. It is placed directly on the spark plugs, without the need
for a distributor nor spark plug cables. The DI system makes a camshaft
sensor redundant, but a crankshaft sensor is still used.
When an engine has no camshaft sensor, the position of the camshaft is not
known during start-up. It is however still possible to let the engine run,
by driving the injectors and ignition two at a time as in 1 4 and 2 3. To
use sequential injection instead of DIS, adding a camshaft sensor would
Saab however decided to follow a different path.
Each spark plug has its own ignition coil, which is combined with a special
circuit. When the plugs are not being fired, the system puts a ..... Get
the entire story right now! .... See how Trionic ignition by Bosch works
and what happened next....
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Saab 93 2000MY - strange noise - SOLVED!
Strange noise coming from the engine compartment - starts about 20 secs in
- seems to start after when the engine's good and warm but not
related to revs. Comes and goes - any ideas?
Update 30/11/08. A few weeks after I posted this clip, one of the idler
pulleys seized and the drive belt disintegrated at a repair cost, inc
recovery, of £250! However, this was NOT the cause of the noise on this
clip... the clutch bearing on the AC compressor was found to be worn - this
needed a new compressor - £250 if you hunt around - and a further £180 to
fit and re-gas. Owning Saabs is apparently not cheap :-)