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Old 07-27-2005, 03:44 PM   #1
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Exclamation Serious help needed... 9000turbo

I have a 1992, saab 9000 turbo. Now the main problem that I have is that the traction control seems to make everything else mechanically run poor. So whenever you are driving the the tcs light is one, you have to drive with two feet to just keep the car from stalling, but when the tcs light is off, the car will run perfectly fine. So my question is how do you by-pass the tcs or just completly turn off the tcs. THIS HELP IS MUCH NEEDED SO PLEASE POST... thanks
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Old 07-28-2005, 02:08 PM   #2
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Re: Serious help needed... 9000turbo

there is really no way to bypass it. the only way is to fix it. the bad news is that it is going to be very expensive.
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Old 08-19-2005, 01:41 PM   #3
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Re: TCS problem on SAAB 9000

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there is really no way to bypass it. the only way is to fix it. the bad news is that it is going to be very expensive.
There IS a way if you swap the electronic TB out and the ECU for the car but it is hard to get the parts and usualy very $$$. It could be as simple as a bad ABS sensor puting the car into "limp home mode" only a GOOD SAAB independant or dealer can diag. work on the system. Check out www.saabnet.com, www.9000.com and other web sites and forums JUST for SAAB 9000 for a good SAAB mech. Where are you located?
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