Question about 1999 Saab 9-5
Car won't start. It turns, but doesn't start. Replaced sensor about one year ago - possibly the same thing? does it go out that quick? 1999 Saab
If you tolk about camshaft position sensor-YES.Located on a back side of the engine , next to the gear box.Have metal cover .Use diagnostic equipment to find the problem or code reader.I also had the same problem in my SAAB 95.In 6 monts time I have change two sensors.Made in China
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
You can check fuel pump end ignition coil!
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 06, 2010
SOURCE: Saab 9-3 SE won't start!!!
My boyfriend was having the same problem with his 2002 9-3 and in reading the user manual i found the following...when the car wouldn't start this morning he tried it and instead of having to wait 15 minutes for it to start, it started right up. Oh and his screen didn't give an error.
Electronic starting interlock
When the key is inserted in the ignition, a
signal is sent to the receiver. If the signal is
verified, the engine can be started.
Each time the key is removed from the ignition,
the electronic immobilizer is activated.
If a fault is detected (e.g. in the transmitter)
”KEY NOT ACCEPTED” will appear on the
In this case, you can still start the car if you
turn the ignition key to ON and press one of
the buttons on the key.
Take the car to an authorized Saab dealer to
have the system checked.
If the car does not start
If the text "KEY NOT ACCEPTED" appears
on the SID when the engine refuses to start,
the trouble may be a fault in the transponder
of the key or in the receiver of the ignition
switch. Proceed as follows:
• Turn the key back to the LOCK position.
• Turn the key to the ON position.
• Press one of the buttons on the remote
control (the LED on top of the dash stops
• Start the engine.
Try the other key. If it works, the trouble is in
the first key.
Call on an authorized Saab dealer for
inspection and correction
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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