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Old 20th June 2008
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Default so i had a leftover part(s)

#1 and this is it. tha car runs fine without it but i still wanna know what is for or where it goes at least. probably something very critical and i'm being stupid about it but here's a pic

#2 didn't have a leftover part but this seems critical since it's kind of melting away
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and finally a leftover manual oil pan from a 01 9-5 i great condition, no pics yet but goes to the highest bidder
Way to go.....your second post and you slip an ad in.
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Default i read the new to the forum sticky

and i did not see anything about throwing in a little add here or there as long as it's not the main subject i assume. but i did post it in the classified now if that's better. but i'll keep it in mind now. u got anything on the sensor?

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To me #2 looks like a check valve for the brake servo system... Melted? hmm indeed...

#1 seems to be this:


Looks like you may need this is for your brakes to work correctly:


The drawings aren't very helpful and I'm still in my pajamas. Maybe Chris has a pic of this still in the car? I'm still not convinced that this is the piece...

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http://www.saabcentral.com/phpgaller...ing_015?full=1
I think There is a picture of the sensor shown in my pics in this link...so I may be wrong....

So where in the engine bay did that thing come from?anyway

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The part in the first picture looks like a Idle Control Valve from a E30 BMW? Do our Saabs' have an ICV? Is it a Bosch part? Part #?
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Perhaps its the evap purge valve and one of the offending check valves nearby that steals boost....




A melted check valve near the radiator and air intake makes more sense than near the braking system...

How about a pic of where the parts used to be and what it looks like now?
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Default got some number and more pics

ok so i got a part number for #1 it has an audi symbol and then FRJ 053 13345 9A...did a quick google with it and fractions of it and nothing. i think it is indeed some sort of idle control though benP

i went to check the evap canister and it looks immaculate, really almost brand new. pic included. as far as the iat sensor goes it was a little loose but that was about it. should i clean the air mass meter?

as far as the little black thing that's melting i think it's in the middle of 26. probably should definately get this changed since it is part of the braking system....or i could just pull the handbrake when the brakes fail on the highway... . .. ..
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Default still having 11.6mpg

so since my evap canister looked good i searched for other possible probems. the bpc valve seemed to be ok but if i understood some posts around here youre supposed to be able to blow into all three holes with equal resistance. when i blow in the middle on air come out from the bottom and vice versa. now the top hole (circled in pic) does not let air in or out. Cause of my problem?

oh and i found this diagram http://www.saabscene.com/forum/index...#entry31631515 but i still wanna make sure i'm setting them up right. on the top goes C middle R and bottom W. is that right?

another possible cause of the problem was the boost bypass valve. i was able to suck on the top nipple and things seemed to move alright with forceful sucktion. is there another way of checking this?

sorry for all the writing, i just wanna drive my car with more than 12 mpg.
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oh and i found this diagram http://www.saabscene.com/forum/index...#entry31631515 but i still wanna make sure i'm setting them up right. on the top goes C middle R and bottom W. is that right?
Not too sure but...check this thread: http://www.saabcentral.com/forums/sh...4&page=5&pp=20 I posted a link to a vacuum diagramon the 5th page...That might help out...

I haven't checked the WIS, but I think thagt that top nipple is closed until it is opened by a signal from the ECU....
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oh and i found this diagram http://www.saabscene.com/forum/index...#entry31631515 but i still wanna make sure i'm setting them up right. on the top goes C middle R and bottom W. is that right?

You should ask those guys on that forum, they know all the technical stuff.
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ok so i got a part number for #1 it has an audi symbol and then FRJ 053 13345 9A...did a quick google with it and fractions of it and nothing. i think it is indeed some sort of idle control though benP
You sure it came out of the Saab then?
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You sure it came out of the Saab then?
Good point - we all know Saab parts have GM stamped on them
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You sure it came out of the Saab then?
it was there when i bought the car and definately fits with one of the connectors. i'm just gonna leave it as it is sitting over by the firewall plugged in....and hope it's not the source of my check enging light ha ha.

AL that elusive vaccum diagram is magnificent, i've been looking for something like that since i got the car....hence the elusive part right?
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