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 How to Remove the Saab Fuel Pump?

Answer A fuel pump is used to supply fuel to the carburetor or the injection system. It is necessary for the engine and the car to run smoothly. Like any other part on the car, a fuel pump can go bad over... Read More »
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DIY Fuel Pump Replacement on a SAAB 9-3?

When the fuel pump begins to go bad on the Saab 9-3, the car may be hard to start. It may also start to act as if it is going to stall when it is running. If you begin to notice things like this wh... Read More »
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How to Change a 1995 Saab Fuel Pump?

The 1995 Saab was part of the New Generation of 900's. These came in a number of bodies -- 2-door, 3-door, and 5-door hatchback style -- as well as three engine sizes: 2.0 liters, 2.3 liters, and 2... Read More »
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The Location of the Fuel Pump Relay on a Saab 900?

The fuel pump relay on a Saab 900 is designed to regulate power to the fuel pump. When the ignition is turned to the "ON" position the powertrain control module energizes the fuel pump relay causin... Read More »
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Is the fuel economy of a Saab Turbo X the same as a Saab 9-3 Aero?

The 2011 Saab 9-3 Aero is part of Saab's line of entry level luxury cars. Depending on the model, city miles per gallon range from 17 to 21. The highway ranges is from 27 to 31 mpg. The Saab Turbo ... Read More »
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