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I have just take my 94 Aero from Madrid most important SAAB dealer and after a 400 Km gentle highway driving (never over 3500 rpm) I have suffered the following:

1. Throttle stopped responding (became hard feeling)

2. TCS CTRL light on dash turned on, but now it isn't on.

3. CHECK ENGINE light on EDU display turned on.

4. White smoke intail pipe. Much less smoking after engine cool down.

5. Electrical noise from BPC (solenoid or APC) valve.

5. SRS light on dash turn on.

6. I also have notice that some fuses on passenger side fuse box are in correct: fuses number 4, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13 and 19 are bigger than indicated on manual.

I have told to local SAAB dealer and told me that points 1 through 4 can be originated from TCS fault.

Can somebody hep me???? (sure you can and therefore and thank you all in advance)

Greetings from Spain,

SUSO
 

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your throttle will be hard to use if tcs light on, because system will go into limp home mode, and tcs will be diabled, the most common problem with tcs is the throttle switch, of bleed valve (located on bulk head)
but I'm afraid you can't guess at this the tcs system is complexed, you will need to have the ecu interagated to access fault codes, it's a job for your dealer or specialist's if they have the tech 2 code reader.
 

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Again the answer in this website is right. I have just had a call from dealer and told me it is a valve failure.

Tha car has a 6 month SAAB Warranty period so they cover repairing costs.

Thanks for the help, all of you give a very good guideance.

I have read somwhere I can't remember where that there is a TCS disabling kit from SAAB for MY 94. Does somebody know which is the Part Number?
 
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