Question about Saab 9 5
There is a sensor mounted on top of the ignition switch that looks at the magnetic "chip" in your car key when you stick the key in. If it doesn't think you have the right key (because of a defective key or "chip") it won't let the ignition switch start the car. Good chance that the TWICE module is toast. See the dealer about it. The only way to tell is to hook it up to a tech2 diagnostic machine. Eventually the car will not start.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
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