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    Hello,

    Hello everyone, my recent travel companion (saab 9-3 vector sport 1,9TiD) decided to educate me about mechanics.
    I had 8 cars before, of which 2 were SAABs OG, and I never had to know till now that DPF filter, MAP sensor or Tech2 is

    Looks like Im gonnaneed a lot of help with that one. Previous owner unfortunatelly neglected it a bit, leaving me with a lot of issues to sort out.
    But hey - at least I have a nice view out of the window 🤣



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    Re: Hello,

    Hello and a warm welcome aboard the ship saabscene inspirek there are quite a few posts on here about DPF issues and such like , also. A how to on cleaning the throttle body , EGR and MAP sensor involving MR mussel oven cleaner . It's a good and cheap way to start . Seeing as previous owner neglected the car .
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    Re: Hello,

    Thank You, I will be searching and learning


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    Re: Hello,

    http://www.saabscene.com/forum/threa...-BODY-Cleaning
    This thread is ment for the TTID , but the same process can be used on the TID
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    Re: Hello,

    Quote Originally Posted by lizzard-t View Post
    http://www.saabscene.com/forum/threa...-BODY-Cleaning
    This thread is ment for the TTID , but the same process can be used on the TID
    Thank You!
    Too little too late for some (EGR/manifold replaced already for new), but I will know for the future
    I can use tips about sensor cleaning right now tho!

    Thanks a lot!


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