Asked by Oct 12, 2015 at 11:39 AM about the 1995 Saab 900 2 Dr SE Turbo Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

just change the starter motor. staterted right away. shut it down about 10 times and back on with no problem.  came back 30minutes later it would not turn over.
  came back 3 hours later it started right away,

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check the battery terminals to see it they are clean and tight

all good everything lights up in the car..


the car stuff in the cab and the engine stuff are on different ground wires does it click like the starter is trying to engage

not at all. makes no sounds

i was thinking that it could be the crank position sensor!!!?


starter might have a short in it take it to the place you bought it from and get them to bench test it and see

done it . even the with the old i was having the same problem. that's why i replace it in the first place . now im stuck....


go back over the wiring that you have replace make shure that all the grounds are clean and have a clear connection between it and the body otherwise you ignition switch has a short take it out and do a continuity test on it

will do thank you...

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