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Old 08-19-2009, 08:14 AM   #1
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CODES # 1312,1334?? Lill Help?

OK went to a freinds house he had Diagnosis read out Error Code Number: 1312 & 1334. Then cleared it and here it is a few days later the cHeck engine lite is back up. I would like to get a second opinion and some feed back on the next steps and suggestions. Car is not acting up except for a little hesitaion on frist taking off (in the lower RPMs)?
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Old 08-19-2009, 08:31 AM   #2
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P1312- Combustion Detection cyl 1+2. Open Circuit / Short to B+

P1334-Combustion Detection cyl 3+4. Open Circuit / Short to B+

Check the plugs, replace if you need to, it may be the DI, or the wiring from the DI to the ECU.
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Old 08-19-2009, 10:22 PM   #3
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Forgot to mention ....

Its a 9-5 2004 turbo with 44,000 ITs seems alot of folks replace the DI cassette without thinking twice about it. Does this Part ever fall under the Manufactureres Warrenty? IS it safe to buy one off ebay or a slightly used one ? the new ones are going for about 250! E-bay has a new one for 180 (NW) and a used one with 10k for about 50? Neither come with a warrenty?
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How can you isolate a faulty DI Cassette??

Can you tell the difference if its something else or the DI cassette for sure?
Withour replacing or swapping out for a good one?
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Old 12-13-2009, 10:55 AM   #5
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You usually get multiple misfire code if its the DI sounds like plugs go so go cheaper first then more $$$

Yes the DI can be under warranty call a parts dept fo the dealer with the serial number.

250 is not so bad and it is warranted...
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Is it safe to buy one off ebay, yes, will it work, probably not.
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Its a 9-5 2004 turbo with 44,000 ITs seems alot of folks replace the DI cassette without thinking twice about it. Does this Part ever fall under the Manufactureres Warrenty? IS it safe to buy one off ebay or a slightly used one ? the new ones are going for about 250! E-bay has a new one for 180 (NW) and a used one with 10k for about 50? Neither come with a warrenty?
You know, compared to the red DICs, $250 is a steal.

Even if it turns out to be the plugs, carry a new one in the car as a quick, dirty insurance policy. I can guarantee you that if you are broken down in West ButtFuck, Whereeviah, and your DI has failed, you are going to spend a lot more than $250 to get your car on the road again.
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Old 10-16-2010, 02:30 PM   #8
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code 1312 and PO336/7

Hi all just looking for some confirmation before I buy a DIC. Had some minor hesistation with my 2001 95. Got a code 1312. Later in the week had it near stall and got PO336 and then a PO337. From all I read it looks like DIC, but does anyone have anything else it could be. My brother just changed the plugs before the stall episode. Thanks for your help.
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Yes he put in the worng plugs guaranteeed. For the saab Trionic you can only use the NGK BCPR6ES-11

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Old 10-17-2010, 08:20 AM   #10
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I have bought several of them off ebay and they have been fine for temp purpose...I usually ask what the Date of Manufacture is on the back of the DI...the newer ones seem to be better...mine is from an 05 and I have an 01...it has been flawless for 3 years...I also keep one with my spare tire as well...also make sure you use the correct plugs and always check the gap...these cars are super sensitive to plug gap error...and this happens more often than you think from the factory...

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