Date: 14 Feb 2007 05:58:26 -0800
From: "Don" <w9cwnospamo.com>
Subject: Re: CIS Injection Cold Start Injector Seals


On Feb 13, 4:51 pm, Paul Halliday <p...nospamyonder.co.uk> wrote: > in article 1171313617.767673.205...nospam2000cwp.googlegroups.com, Don at > w...nospamo.com wrote on 12/02/2007 20:53: > > > I have an '85 900 8-valve which uses the Bosch CIS injection. The > > fuel delivery banjo fitting that's on top of the Cold Start Injector, > > aka Cold Start Valve is leaking fuel. The cause is deterioration of > > the rubber in the washer/seals on mounted at the top and bottom of the > > banjo fitting. > > > Does anyone know of a source of these seals? No luck with my local > > dealer, and thesaabsite.com - at least so far. > > I'm sorry - I can't suggest a supplier, but it is possible to run without > the cold start injector as long as where you live is not under about 5 > degrees C for much of the time. The fuel supply can be removed and blocked > off until you find the seals (remember to unplug the electrical supply to > it, too). > > Happy hunting :) > > Paul > > 1989 900 Turbo Shttp://saab.go.dyndns.org/ Tnx Paul. Unfortunately, this is not possible, as I live in central Illinois and it's been below zero F here, off and on, for the past couple of weeks. I'll keep searching.

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