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My saab 95 won't start I think its the Direct Ignition how can I check it

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You can check fuel pump or fuse!Turn ignition on end check if you can lisen the pump working(lift up back seats).

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Need year and 4 or 6 cyl. Assuming 4 cyl, need to know year and miles. Is the check engine light on? Easiest way is to swap out. Have to be careful with the DIC. Must be attached to plugs, must be upright. Could get 4 plugs, make sure it is up right and attached to computer. See if there is spark. Usually foul electrical smell if DIC fails. Also could be CPS (Crank Shaft Positioning Sensor).

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SOURCE: saab 95 1998 - wont start

The most common problem is the Direct ignition cassette, followed by the crankshaft position sensor. I am assuming that it cranks, but won't start.

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SOURCE: po444 code for 1999 saab 95 se. 3.0 engine

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SOURCE: ignition is in lock position and won't turn on. saab 2000/ 900 3

The ignition key won't turn if the front wheels are turned and the steering wheel lock is forced to one side. If so, turn the steering wheel slightly to take the pressure off the lock and try turning the ignition key.

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