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12-16-2013 10:50 AM
g96nt fuel pump fixed it?
12-15-2013 10:36 AM
Spartan81001 Got the pump tossed in the other day Nick and it works great thank you.
11-25-2013 07:48 AM
Spartan81001
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Originally Posted by NickTurbo900 View Post
Sure send me a pm. I've got paypal.

It helps when you get a whole car for $600 and have done all the work on it for the last 4 years!
I know what you mean. I got my 1996 9000 for 800.00 and have just been slowly rebuilding it to make it great again.
11-24-2013 05:24 PM
NickTurbo900
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Originally Posted by Spartan81001 View Post
Nick I think I just might take that. Best Price Ive seen yet.
Sure send me a pm. I've got paypal.

It helps when you get a whole car for $600 and have done all the work on it for the last 4 years!
11-24-2013 03:49 PM
Spartan81001
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Originally Posted by NickTurbo900 View Post
Flip up the rear seat and have someone else crank it. You'll hear it! Fuel pumps like to fail around 120-150k IME. I have a good used assembly with a recent walbro insert in it for sale in the classifieds. 75$!
Nick I think I just might take that. Best Price Ive seen yet.
11-24-2013 03:39 PM
NickTurbo900 Flip up the rear seat and have someone else crank it. You'll hear it! Fuel pumps like to fail around 120-150k IME. I have a good used assembly with a recent walbro insert in it for sale in the classifieds. 75$!
11-24-2013 03:32 PM
Spartan81001
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Originally Posted by gdc View Post
just a thought , I dont have one 9-5 3.0 but , if you tried to jump and it wont start than either your battery is really really dead or it is not the problem , however my DI went out on my ng 900 and it would not start at all , even after multiple jump attempts and battery charging which it didnt need , then i borrowed a DI and wham car started right up . Now i carry a spare DI in the trunk for such occasions , these are known to go and to go out suddenly or start missing and then fail suddenly
Yea the battery tested fine so its not the battery. I was thinking it was the Fuel Pump or the DI. And I don't want to buy both because thats going to be a giant cost. THe thing is I can't her the FP prime but when I keep cranking it I can smell like its getting gas. I guess Ill just buy a DI first.
11-24-2013 03:26 PM
gdc just a thought , I dont have one 9-5 3.0 but , if you tried to jump and it wont start than either your battery is really really dead or it is not the problem , however my DI went out on my ng 900 and it would not start at all , even after multiple jump attempts and battery charging which it didnt need , then i borrowed a DI and wham car started right up . Now i carry a spare DI in the trunk for such occasions , these are known to go and to go out suddenly or start missing and then fail suddenly
11-24-2013 03:21 PM
NickTurbo900 Where are you located?
11-24-2013 03:04 PM
Spartan81001
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Originally Posted by oliversexpedition View Post
Headlights getting dim, check alternator output. If the battery is old, replace it. Borrow a DI and see if that solves the problem.
I wish I could borrow a DI but mine is the only other Saab and I have a 1996 9000 CS 2.3 so wont work sadly. And we even tried to jump it to see if it was just a bad battery and got nothing.
11-24-2013 02:44 PM
oliversexpedition Headlights getting dim, check alternator output. If the battery is old, replace it. Borrow a DI and see if that solves the problem.
11-24-2013 02:29 PM
Spartan81001
1999 9-5 issues please help.

So my buddy bought this car awhile ago and it ran great but we noticed that when it would start to get really warmed up that it would start cutting out kinda like someone driving a stick for the first time and shifting horribly. So we went ahead and replaced the CPS on it. Car was running good for awhile then the headlightes started to get really dim not sure if this matters for the issue thought I would add it though. Now it wont turn over at all. We had also replaced the FPR also. So Im trying to decide if its the Fuel pump thats the issues or if its the DI casset just might be bad now. BTW this is the 3.0 Turbo. Does anyone have any ideas what it could be?

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