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Old 05-11-2007, 10:08 PM   #1
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Cel Blink Code??

Anyone know what my car is trying to tell me??

If I turn the key on and leave it for a few seconds the Cel starts to blink...It blinks 4 times. I know this isnt a true Diagnostic tool. And it is more than likely just a starting point.
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Old 05-11-2007, 10:25 PM   #2
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2 flashes - Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor
3 flashes - Intake Air Temperature sensor
4 flashes - Coolant Temperature Sensor
5 flashes - Throttle Position Sensor
6 flashes - O2 Sensor
7 flashes - Adaptation
8 flashes - Purge valve
9 flashes - ECM fault
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Is that clearable with disconnecting the battery? I fixed all the fans and such. The temp gauge seems to work correctly.

And thanks Mike...Maybe this could be made a stickey....It isnt anywhere in the 9000 forums....Till now that is.
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I don't know if its clearable just by disconnecting the battery. You might need an isat/tech2 to clear the code....or a new coolant temp sensor.
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I thought the flashing codes only applied to the OBD I cars. Phat what year is you 9k.



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Its a 1990
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Old 05-12-2007, 04:19 PM   #7
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From saab9000.com....

Procedure (DI/APC)

To obtain a fault code reading:

1. Turn the ignition switch to the Drive position without starting the engine.
2. In about two seconds the CHECK ENGINE light will go out for about 2 seconds. It will then begin flashing the fault code.

Fault codes (DI/APC)

Fault code/ Fault
2 Internal memory check failed

3 Watchdog (control module fault).
May also be caused by a defective spark plug or ignition module.

4 Knock sensor

5 Engine load signal from LH or MAP sensor incorrect
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This tread is helping me right now...
Mine is trowing the 4 cel ( DI/APC )
he synthoms appears to be the knock sensor...
( its the crankshaft positioning sensor that does the knock sensor right?? )
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