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faulty crank position sensor is likely. No pulse from sensor to ECU, no activation of fuel pump, no fuel no start. The insulation in the inductive coil of the sensor breaks , and the sensor fails with age.
The most common cause for your air bag light is a faulty sensor. In this condition, the airbag cannot be depended upon to deploy in a collision. In almost every case, replacing the airbag sensor will solve your issue.
Take a look at the sparkmodule asm, this is a common problem with these saabs, the next thing would be the fuel preasure,make sure the pump is operating and putting out enough preasure,and last look at all fuses, these barrel type fuse corriod at the end and dont make the connection,
There are lots of sensors in your car that tell the Airbag Module that you are in the seat.
The seatbelts also have sensors in them and are known for going bad. Run down to your local autozone and they will have something to hook up to it to find the code that the Airbag set.That will lead you in the dirrection you need to look in. (Important) YOUR AIRBAG WILL NOT DEPLOY WHILE THE LIGHT IS ON IF YOU ARE IN A ACCIDENT
woooooo, wait a min don't take off the gear box befor confimimg my question as you might not have to take the gearbox out.is your gearbox at the front of the car ahead of the engine? if it is i can walk you through it without taking the gearbox off, this is standard