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My immobilizer does not recognise my key fob

My immobilizer light is not flashing on the dash and the key fob is not starting the car

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Put key in ignition.
Press unlock button on key fob.
Immobilizer should now recognize it, if it was original fob but car or fob battery was changed or is now low.

Saabs are particular about batteries that are otherwise good, but just below 12 volts.

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