The second answer crank sensor I did not consider, aw well. This is notorious for going bad and is a huge pain to do. Is this likely a hydraulic issue which looking online looks very expensive? Now, April '11 I have a broken spring in the front passenger side. And forget wonky radio amps below the drivers seat. He seemed so confident, I was stupid not to get the printout. Check engine light is not on.
Any ideas on how to sell it? After the event there was no noticeable difference in the handling of the car. Replacing your periodically, flushing your trans fluid, going easy on the turbo, and using 5-10k miles on a change will keep your 9-3 running for hundreds of thousands of miles to come. If you pull that out without the unit installed in the car and the wheels in the proper direction, you will brick the module and it is not cheap. If it moves free and clean, something inside the tensioner might be broken, requiring immediate replacement. Worn out suspension will continually destroy tires until replaced. Retest with a pitcher of water poured down the rt side of the windshield. Some Brake pads produce lots of this, other much less.
Generally the car will start even with bad valves, you may be looking at a fuel pump which is more likely for a sudden no start. The best guy I could find said it would probably cost me a couple hundred just to look at it. He just said it was a fuel pressure code. Ultimately you will need to repair either the lock r shifter mechanism. Today it just cranks and cranks but will not start. The cost of replacing with the risk of failing makes me wonder of disposing of the car instead 190k.
Now the light has stayed off for a week, but my car has no power! Commonly referred to as the Sport Sedan, 9-3ss, or 9440 chassis as opposed to the outgoing 9400 body style , these cars are coming down pretty sharply in price. In 2007 the interior was updated, and in 2008 the 9-3ss underwent an external facelift, with many newly designed parts added with both. I now keep my fuel pressure gauge in the car so if it happens again I will be prepared to check it. Are they white and thin, like the car is running hot or lean? My check engine light came on the other week, and the guy at the parts store said his code reader showed a fuel problem. Most car people spend their time on Craigslist when looking for inexpensive cars to fix and drive.
Furthermore, most of the repair parts for that car in this category have been discontinued. I have been told that I have to pay the dealer to diagnose the problem before they will consider fixing it under any special circumstance free of charge. Is there an easy fix? The way to test for a bad fuel pump is to crank the car and make sure you have power at the connector leading to the pump. There is no apparent reason for the problem. As for the black dust, check out this stuff. Hi Jasen, If you are having problems with the car stalling when warmed up, and it must cool down before starting back up again, often that is caused by a crankshaft position sensor or a fuel pump. Or are they dark, or oily? About two weeks ago the gas gauge malfunction happened 95k miles.
We ship same day, so if your balance shaft chains, tensioner, or guides are messed up, have no fear! Your advice would be precious. Every so often, about once every 2-3 months, my 2005 9-3 is very hard to start. So the question is, fix it and enjoy it, or settle for a Chevy Sonic. If you can remove the front wheels you can install these links in no time. Recently 8 weeks ago Idler puller came apart and belt was destroyed. A few of those systems includes verifying your key chips, controlling your wiper transmission, cruise control, steering angle sensor, as well as housing the clock springs for the turn signals. It is so much fun to drive.
Later, about an hour, it would not start. Plan is to inspect again and if nothing found with springs focus on the struts. If it was misfiring that badly you would probably be getting a flashing check engine light signalling that. The Moog links have grease fittings and appear like they will last. I have no experience with Saab dist. And today I had to drive my kid to hockey, and it smelled pretty bad of burning rubber, plastic, metal.
Both of those scenarios could I guess cause both the loss of turbo boost and result in a burning hot engine smell in the right set of circumstances. It recently started to stop part way with an error message of some obstruction in the trunk which is not the case. You may need suspension work. Component problem, or am I just being overly concerned??? And I have been calling around me to see if a shop would look at it. . I thought it might be a flat tire but all tires are good. So I got new tires and it still wobbles the entire car.