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2005 - Saab 9-2X H 2458 -
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1968 Saab Sonett Engine Oil Filter Mann-Filter

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Premium Guard
1979 Saab 900 Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.0L Premium Guard

P311-42378AC    New

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Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
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1979 - Saab 900 L 1985 -
Premium Guard
1994 Saab 900 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 2.5L Premium Guard

P311-52585E9    New

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1994 - Saab 900 V 2498 -
Premium Guard
2007 Saab 9-7x Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.3L Premium Guard

P311-5C1A901    New

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2007 - Saab 9-7x V 5328 325
Premium Guard
2005 Saab 9-7x Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 4.2L Premium Guard

P311-150C848    New

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SAAB with rough idle and other issues

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Question From BobbyBaltimore on SAAB with rough idle and other issues

2007
SAAB
9-2
2.0
180K Miles

Hello all -

SAAB 9-3 2007

Car ran fine for a year or so after I purchased it used. It then started having a problem where it started, then turned off within 2 seconds. Typically it would then turn over and stay on after the second try. Would occasionally do this and no other problems. Months passed and slowly the car would shudder when at high speeds when I wanted to accelerate. Thought it may be the spark plugs, replaced those but no change.

Today when coming home from work the car still does the shudder when at high speeds but now it has a very rough idle. When accelerating from idle, it is very jumpy and has low power. It is getting worse and I am not quite sure what to do about it. What makes it worse is that the engine light never comes on so I am in the dark on how to troubleshoot. It came on once and my reader shot back that the code was invalid.

What is the cheapest way to go about this for now? If it's something serious, I simply cannot afford it right now and will have to get a rental.

Any help is appreciated!!

Response From Discretesignals

From what your wrote it appears you have misfiring going on. Does the check engine light bulb check when you turn the ignition on?

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Discrete -

Yes, I do believe it is a misfiring engine. I went out this morning and did some more troubleshooting..

I went and bought some seafoam and added half to the gas and oil. I also added some more 0W-40 oil and cleaned the air filter. The car immediately felt better but was not 100%. I took it to the highway and gunned it 100%... This and only this...is the only way for me to get the engine light to come on and blink. It blinks while I'm at high speeds and goes out when I stop. I grab my reader and hook it up while it blinks and it scans and spits back a pending fault. I hit enter on the scanner and it says 1/1 N/A. I drive for several miles and gun the car to get the code to come back and still the same thing. Blinking light, pending fault but it gives N/A. It never ever gives a proper engine code. Does this point to a faulty sensor? The car will sometimes go into this extreme loss of power mode and if I clear the computer it bounces back to a normal car. I checked the timing belt and it looks pretty good. I believe this may have been replaced right before I purchase the car 2 years ago. Any ideas?

THANKS for your help!

Response From Discretesignals

The blinking check engine light does signify the engine computer is detecting a catalyst damaging misfire.

You might need to try a different scan tool or code reader to actually see what code it might be storing. The reason you need this code(s) is to find out what cylinder(s) are having the issue. From there you can figure out if you have an ignition, fuel, or mechanical issue causing the miss in that particular cylinder.

From my experience most misfires when the engine is under heavy load is due to an ignition related problem.

Response From BobbyBaltimore

Thanks. My mechanic is on vacation until next week

I will wait till he is back and see if he can get a more accurate reading for me.

Response From BobbyBaltimore Top Rated Answer

Some more info to add... I went out and looked at the hoses for leaks and came across something. Down from my oil filter in the front right hand corner of the car is this....

http://m.imgur.com/5859X0E,keZypL9,XkV8hCz

**3 IMAGES IN THE LINK**

If you look closely, they rubber tubing is cracked and loose from the connection. And you can obviously see that it's covered in oil.

Does anyone know what this is and if it could be causing the issues that I am having?

Thanks

Engine problem - White Smoke / Warranty question

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Question From cubicleman on Engine problem - White Smoke / Warranty question

2004 Suzuki XL7 - 54000 miles
When car is left unused for a few days, upon starting the engine it makes a funny noise (for a second at startup)...it sounds like marbles grinding (main bearings?) and a puff of white smoke out the tailpipe. It doesn't seem to repeat when started again soon after. I'm past the normal warranty of 3 yr / 36k miles, but I think I have a 100k powertrain warranty. Assuming it's something internal to the engine is this something that should be covered under warranty? Note: I've changed the Oil/Filter every 5-7k miles (although I don't keep receipts), sometimes myself and sometimes a local indy. I also have been checking the oil but it doesn't appear to be down...maybe just a little. Any help / thoughts on what it might be and whether it should be covered under warranty is much appreciated. Also, any advice on how I should approach this with dealer...as I've had other things that I thought should be under warranty in past (things that for my Saab-->Saab dealer would typically just cover) but the Suzuki dealer always seems to find a way to charge me.

Response From Double J

hi.
really not familiar with suzuki vehicles at all...
Are you sure its not light blue smoke instead of white?
Reason for asking,valve seals can cause light blue smoke on start up...see many on gm engines..
where do you live ,region wise...its not just condensation smoke is it?
As far as the noise,that could be the antilock brake unit running a self test...not sure tho...needs to be listened to by a certified mechanic...

As far as warranty...dealer is going to have to inspect/diagnose before any warranty can be determined.
they are going to have to find the cause of failure first.
Is this the factory 100 k powertrain warranty or an extended warranty?
factory probably covers things like seals and gaskets,extended warranties may or may not ,depending on your coverage...sometimes its an add on for seal and gaskets...sometimes they'll only cover seals and gaskets when having to go internal for a covered failed component.

just some thoughts...

JIM

Response From cubicleman

Jim/Tom, Sorry I haven't replied sooner. It looks like the smoke has a slight blue tone to it. I live in the Northeast (NJ). I think I have a 100k Powertrain warranty. I believe Suzuki utilizes GM Engines, so this might be the Valve Seals that you mentioned. The Car is a 2004 with a little over 50,000 miles.

I haven't checked the coolant...I'll do so tomorrow, since the engine is hot right now. I thought the car called for 7500 mile Oil Changes and half that distance for Severe Use. My typical drive when I use the car is to / from work, ~30+miles each way although I'll occasionally drive it for short distance (to/from local store). My other car is a Saab, for which has a 15000 mile oil change limit, but due to the turbo I do it every 5000 and use Fully-synthetic oil. I'm not as meticulous with the Suzuki, but I think I keep it maintained OK (i.e. tuneups-15k, oil changes-5k, filter changes-15k, etc).

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

That does sound like worn main bearings. Not sure about the color of smoke quite yet - is coolant down at all?

5-7k oil changes is pretty close to abuse in my book!

Just checked a common guide for oil change. It's based on normal and severe use. I let you know when I know someone who is NOT a severe use driver by what it said: Short trips, dusty, extended idling time, hot and cold extremes, trailer towing, - - - any of the above you are a severe schedule which means oil changing every 3 thousand miles. Ya - they other says 7500 miles is ok. Some vehicle can handle it, many do not.

That's just oil change. If the white smoke is a head gasket - coolant in combustion chamber, changing oil really wouldn't cause or prevent that,

T