Question about 2002 Saab 9-5
Might be a neutral safety switch problem. I had the same issues. good luck.
1. Removed positive lead on battery.
2. Removed panel below steering wheel.
3. Located Fuse 36 and removed the fuse.
4. Located the Relay box and located the starter relay.
5. Using electrical pliers I removed the insulation from the green/black wire coming from the bottom side of fuse #36.
6. Using 18 Gauge wire, I wrapped a piece of wire (jumper) around the exposed section of the green/black wire. The wrapped the splice with electrical tape.
7. I then removed the starter relay and located the #86 contact.
8. I connected the jumper wire to the #86 contact.
9. I then reconnected starter relay.
10. I placed the car in "Drive", turned the key (slightly), and the starter turned.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
Also, check that it is a CPS sensor. Sounds like it might be that.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
SOUND LIKE BAD IGNITION MODULE IF YOU NOT GETTING NO SPARK.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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