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1997 saab 900s can't start engine

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I have a problem with saab900s wagon.When I put key on ON position the engine check light is not disappear.Also when I start the engine the starter moter was running but the engine not running.Please slove me the problem as soon as possible.
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    JK Seriosly check under the hood 2 make sure everything is connected, and look 4 the manual 2 c if it is something that u r doin wrong.

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