Car Stall Problems of SAAB 95
SAAB 95 owners have reported 17 problems linked to car stall (under the engine and engine cooling category).
#1 - Car Stall problem of the 2007 SAAB 95
The vehicle was a 2007 SAAB 9-5. The vehicle involved is a 2007 SAAB 9-5. While driving 50 mph and attempting to accelerate, the vehicle stalled. The failure occurs intermittently. The dealer was unable to diagnose the cause or duplicate the failure on two occasions. The contact is aware of the safety risk involved. The current and failure mileages were 5,800. Updated 09/18/07. This problem occurred on Wednesday, August 29, 2007.
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#2 - Car Stall problem of the 2003 SAAB 95
The vehicle involved was a 2003 SAAB 9-5. The vehicle stalled on 4 separate occasions from various speeds of 25 mph or more while driving. The vehicle has been to the dealer on 3 separate occasions. The dealer has cleaned and tightened the battery cables, the first time, they replaced the crank sensor, t-7 and the ignition switch, the second time and the third time, they were unable to duplicate the problem. The ecm was replaced but the vehicle stalled again, the cup holder crack and had broken, the battery cables were loose and dirty, the transmission did not shift properly and caused a jerking motion, the electrical gauges dropped and the vehicle lost acceleration. This issue happened on 10/15/2003.
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#3 - Car Stall problem of the 2002 SAAB 95
The vehicle is a 2002 SAAB 9-5. Consumer stated while driving 60mph vehicle stalled w/o warning causing power steering and brake functions to fail. Checked by dealer who can not duplicate problem or determine cause. Ts. The failure date was October 21, 2002.
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#4 - Car Stall problem of the 2002 SAAB 95
The car involved is a 2002 SAAB 9-5. Problems with delay in report of warranty claim and the availability of service. The vehicle stalled in traffic posing a safety hazard. Upon contacting his local dealer, the consumer was given an appointment for repairs two weeks after the call. Consumer felt this was unacceptable, and this serious safety defect shouldn't wait as long. Consumer is holding SAAB responsible for anything that may happen between the date of the phone call and the appointment.
#5 - Car Stall problem of the 2002 SAAB 95
The vehicle was a 2002 SAAB 95. While driving vehicle will stall out and will start right back up. Contacted dealer, and the dealer is not willing to do anything. It was Saturday, August 10, 2002 when this car stall issue occurred.
#6 - Car Stall problem of the 2002 SAAB 95
The vehicle involved is a 2002 SAAB 95. The car stalled without warning while driving, losing power steering and brakes. Each occurance happened while driving 45 mph. Dt. It was 09/22/2002 when this car stall issue occurred.
#7 - Car Stall problem of the 2001 SAAB 95
The car is a 2001 SAAB 9-5. The VIN of the problem 95 is YS3ED48E61_. The car has stalled twice without warning, on the second occasion the vehicle was able to be restarted, in the first instance the dealer replaced the d1 cassette becuse it malfunctioned but in the second instance diagnostic test did not reveal a cause for the shut down. Nlm. This issue happened on Fri., Jul. 6, 2001.
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#8 - Car Stall problem of the 2001 SAAB 95
The vehicle is a 2001 SAAB 9-5. The VIN of this vehicle was YS3ED48E61_. The car has stalled twice without warning, on the second occasion the vehicle was able to be restarted, in the first instance the dealer replaced the d1 cassette becuse it malfunctioned but in the second instance diagnostic test did not reveal a cause for the shut down. Nlm. This problem occurred on 07/06/2001.
#9 - Car Stall problem of the 2001 SAAB 95
The vehicle is a 2001 SAAB 9-5. My 2001 SAAB 9-5 stalled one day all of a sudden after I reached a shopping mall. I took it to a local SAAB dealer and they replaced my ignition system for a charge close to 600 dollars. They spoke to me that it was an isolated event. From the recall notice you release I realize that it was intrinsic manufacturing defect. Thank you all for the good work. I hope I will get a refund. This issue happened on May. 16, 2005.
#10 - Car Stall problem of the 2001 SAAB 95
The car involved is a 2001 SAAB 9-5. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was YS3ED58E31_. On Wednesday, October 30, 2008 at approximately 4:45 pm I experienced a sudden vehicle engine stop. This occurred on a residential 4-lane street while traveling in the right hand lane at approximately 30 mph. The vehicle was a 2001 SAAB 95 arc wagon. . The vehicle suddenly started to run rough and then the engine completely shut off. This caused me to have to glide the auto to the right hand side of the road where there was a curb. I thus remained in a lane of traffic with a disabled vehicle. The cause was a defective crank shaft position sensor. When this becomes inoperative the computer that controls engine management shuts down and disables the car. This required a tow to the dealer repair shop. And it required a new crank shaft sensor part to be installed. The old part is not available. The main irk about this is this is the second time I have replaced this part in 15 months. The original sensor that came wit the car when I purchased it new lasted 87,199 miles and 5. 5 years. The second sensor was replaced on July 16, 2007. The third sensor was replaced at 101,507 miles. . . A mere 15 months and 13 days with a mileage usage of 14,308 miles. Had this failure in October 2008 occurred just 5 minutes before when I was traveling on a six-lane interstate at 60 mph I would have had a serious problem drifting across several lanes of traffic in order to pull over for safety. I believe that SAAB has a supplier providing them with an inferior part. This issue happened on Oct. 29, 2008.
#11 - Car Stall problem of the 2001 SAAB 95
The car is a 2001 SAAB 95. Consumer state while traveling at 30 mph without any indication vehicle stall consumer pull vehicle over and notice smoke coming from engine soon after engine was on fire in result of total lost of vehicle. Please provide further information. Ts.
#12 - Car Stall problem of the 2000 SAAB 95
The vehicle having this issue was a 2000 SAAB 9-5. The vehicle involved is a 2002 SAAB 9-5 (gary fisher edition). The vehicle stalled intermittently without any prior warning while driving at various speeds. The failure increased the risk of a crash and serious injury. In order to restart the vehicle he had to unplug the fuse to the ecm, re-insert it, then the vehicle resumes normal function. He has not had the vehicle repaired because the technicians cannot properly diagnose the cause of the failure. The failure mileage was 132,000 and the current mileage was 135,233. This car stall issue occurred Tuesday, Apr. 29, 2008.
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#13 - Car Stall problem of the 2000 SAAB 95
The vehicle is a 2000 SAAB 9-5. Consumer has a 2000 SAAB 9-5. On Nov 18, 2008, the contact was informed that the vehicle had a faulty head gasket, which was replaced at that time. Six months later, the vehicle began jerking while driving 55 mph on the highway. The vehicle was towed to an independent mechanic, who stated that the ignition cassette was causing the vehicle to jerk. The manufacturer stated that the VIN was excluded from NHTSA campaign id number 05v399000. The contact feels that the manufacturer should be responsible for the repairs since the failures were identical to those listed in the recall. The current mileage was 125,000 and failure mileage was 115,000. Updated 05/13/09. The consumer stated when she started the vehicle, it lunged forward and then stall. Updated 05/13/09. This issue happened on 09/12/2008.
#14 - Car Stall problem of the 2000 SAAB 95
The vehicle involved is a 2000 SAAB 95. The contact was driving approximately 5 mph approaching a traffic stop light the vehicle stalled and suddenly the engine completely shut off. The vehicle restarted after waiting for a period of five minutes with the illumination of the dashboard. The dealer was notified and stated the vehicle operated properly. The failure mileage was 77,000. The current mileage was 103,000. It was Sunday, Aug. 15, 2004 when this car stall issue occurred.
#15 - Car Stall problem of the 2000 SAAB 95
The vehicle involved was a 2000 SAAB 95. The VIN of this vehicle is YS3ED58E0Y_. Another voice: common sudden failure of SAAB electronic throttle body causing immediate stall at speed, in traffic. No crash. Undriveable "limp home" mode. Necessitated long tow and expensive repair. This item cited frequently on SAAB-related websites, but got me today! note that current recall is for a different part, equally safety-related. The failure date was Wednesday, October 5, 2005.
#16 - Car Stall problem of the 1999 SAAB 95
The vehicle involved is a 1999 SAAB 9-5. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is Y53EF48E6X_. Vehicle will stall intermittently while in stop and go traffic with a/c on. Defect has occurred 6 times. Dealer cannot determine cause of defect.
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#17 - Car Stall problem of the 1999 SAAB 95
The vehicle was a 1999 SAAB 9-5. While driving on an interstate highway, check engine display came on, but before I was able to get off the road the car completely stalled. Car towed to dealership (village SAAB,acton, MA), and told I needed a new engine. Oil always changed within specified parameters, w/ 76k mi. SAAB notes defect-but offers no help. This car stall problem happened on Friday, January 28, 2005.