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Saab 9-3 – When You’re Not Looking Temp Gauge

Saab 9-3 Engine Overheating ExempleSaab 9-3 Engine Overheating Exemple

Whether you’re a new or experienced driver, it can be easy to overlook the gauges on your dashboard. It is vital that drivers understand the way to maintain the car‘s engine. The majority of vehicle cost is really expensive.

An overheating engine is more than a bummer, it will leave you on the side of the road if you do not take good care of this good killer, it will be an expensive repair bill. Also, follow the information from the dashboard and understand what you suggest.  It’s important to keep an eye on your gauges and attend to any issues promptly.

This is an example of Saab 9-3 V6 Hirsch overheating due to driving at top speed, which can be induced by a number of reasons:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vo-Ev-zDxak

Possible causes:

  • Engine coolant level may be too low.
  • There may be a vacuum leak.
  • Cylinder head gasket may be bad.
  • Engine’s drive belts may be broken or slipping.
  • There may be a leak in the cooling system.
  • The electric cooling fan may not be coming on.
  • The ignition timing may be set wrong.
  • The engine may have mechanical problems.
  • Saab 9-3 is over loaded or driven too hard.

If your car’s temperature gauge gets into the hot range, you need to move to a safe place and stop driving immediately. Ignoring this one can cause a lot of expensive damage in a fairly short amount of time.


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  • there is another explanation – faulty stepper motor in the temperature gauge. This is the problem I have and is apparently common in GM related cars.

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