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Old 27th January 2010
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Hey guys,

I'm trying to help a prospective seller fix his 9000 so my wife will let me buy it("Stop buying broken cars!"). He took it to the shop for a slave cylinder replacement, and when he received it back it had several vacuum hoses disconnected and won't run properly.

He's not sure of the start/stop points of the vacuum lines and is supposed to be sending me pictures of them soon. If someone could post a picture of a vacuum diagram I could get to him, that would be spectacular.

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Now with pictures! Anyone know where these lines go?





The rest of the car looks pretty good, too!




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take the one off on the top of the throttle boddy i dunno wat thats doing there. and take the one off at the back off the throttle boddy i dunno wat thats doing there aswell, but the one at the back you need to block off so no air gets in or out, this nipple is usually used for a boost gauge, looks like the car was once fittted with an after market replacment.

the smaller hose coming from where the two hoses are (big and little one)
you need to put that ontop on the thottle body/inlet manifold, where you threw the 1st hose away.

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The one way valve that comes from the breather on the top of your cam cover goes onto the nipple on your plenium (pic 1) the one with that short hose short hose pushed onto it (remove that short hose first of coarse cuz it doesnt live there !)
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As for picture 2 the pipe that you are holding ...........havent got a clue
It doesnt look to me like a like a boost gauge take-off cuz it looks like both of those nipples are already in use .
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And make sure that the one way valve (white valve in the pic) is the right way round. Otherwise you will pressurize the sump and possibly blow seals.

Who knows what the repair guys were up to.

I will post a pic of mine in a few minutes.
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I can't be sure but the hose you are holding in picture 2 looks like part of a venting system upgrade some vehicles recieved.
Look for a barb fitting on the oil fill tube around 4 inches down as I recall......If it's not that........I don't recognize it!

This vehicle is TCS equipped !........Are you sure you really want this one ?
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Anyone know the name of the check valve that Saabtech54 is referring to? If so, we can get our hands on the part and replace it.
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I will check my epc catolog and see if I can find a part number.
It is part of the electronic throttle system disconnect valve


part number 12793343 at the Saab Site.......Kind of pricey.....Any generic one way valve will do the job.
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Awesome. Thanks Saabtech.

I've got my fingers crossed he can get it running. He said the battery died because of all the attempts, which I think is a big part of the issue right now.
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He said it started, revved up and died. The battery is not fresh however; he's been having to charge it to start the car.

I'm not sure how high it revved, but he said he will send me a video so I will relay that here.

Kind of a bummer, I guess.
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