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It hesitates on take off and wants to stall. Also giving me a diagnostic code that's something is wrong with the temperature.

Cylinder 2 is miss firing

I took to get a oil change and they said they couldn't service it because it had a oil leak

And there was oil in my tailpipe and it's burning white smoke

Speed odometer

key is stuck in ignition and car remained cold the whole time.

New battery but something running after key turned off. Tried to jump start and put new battery in but when key turned off and removed, clicking noise heard around fuse box under hood?

I don't need AWD, How would I go about doing this?

I want to know is there any coil relay for the pack

Problem appeared yesterday. Message says to make safe stop. Basically the car cannot be started.

Front drivers seat belt stuck and will not come out . Very p.o.ed at this along with all the other issues on this crap car.

I have a Saab 95 2.2 TiD 120 HP 2004. For the last 3 years it needs 3-4 cranks only for a cold start + 5 secs of white smoke. Rest of the day drives fine. No hesitations,missfires etc. A month ago: code P0336 appeared: erased. Today sudden engine stop al low speed and the folllowing codes: P0103 (Maf sensor high input) + P1103 (GM: MAF sensor in range but higher than expected) + P0335 + P0336 + P0337 (Crankshaft position sensor issues) + P0340 (Camshaft position sensor malfunction).....and the car drives perfectly. Looks very complicated. Any hints? Thanks

Rest of the day fine. No hesitation,missfires etc. A month ago code P0336 appeared:erased. Today sudden engine stop al low speed and the folllowing codes:
P0103 (Maf sensor high input) + P1103 (GM: MAF sensor in range but higher tan expected) + P0335 + P0336 + P0337 (Crankshaft position sensor issues) + P0340 (camshaft position sensor malfunction).....and the car drives perfect. Looks very complicated. Any hint? Thanks

I replaced car battery late in 2014. I had car repaired to fix erratic timing last month. Today car did not pass smog test. I had no fault indicator lights on the dash. Last repair was done et SAAB expert repair shop which now says to drive the car and (?) hope that it correct monitors. Last week end I drove the car for about 4 hours not knowing that I would fail test today.

Noise sounds like Wha Wha Wha...

at the same time i replaced the front o2 sensor because because it was throwing the code for it.now it is throwing the code for a camshaft pasition sensor . Do you think i should put the cheap plugs back in .I know you list several things it could be for that code . but do you think it could be the plugs since thats what i changed first and made it run rough.

The oil light goes on under 1200 RPMs while idling but, only when the car is warm. It also goes off in neutral. Is this most likely an oil sludge pick up screen/oil pan gunk problem?

Daughter's car on occasion will rev up in drive but won't move, like it stalls, but then will take off. Changed out the automatic transmission fluid, seemed to fix problem, but a week later same symptoms occurred.