Date: Sun, 12 Jul 1998 20:03:15 -0400
From: "Michael Kleban" <>
Subject: Re: Saab 9000 won't start

if it's only in hot weather and after a few short trips it could be a fuel vaporization problem. What can happen is the warm engine cuases the fuel which is already warm in the line to change to vapor. you could try waiting a minute then pumping the gas when you start. Jeff Blackman wrote in message <>... >My 88 9000 turbo won't start after warming up or setting in the sun. If I >pop the hood and cool it down for 20 min. it will start no prob. I've wasted >money replacing starter and still have same prob......any experts out there >who can help.... > > > >

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