Date: 4 Mar 2007 16:56:34 -0800
From: "Up North" <drhalperinnospaml.com>
Subject: Re: Saab 95 Electric Junction Box under Driver's Seat


On Mar 3, 1:30 pm, Scrowe <scr...nospamink.net> wrote: > Not sure what could be causing your problem, but the dealer is right > about the TWICE module. It is located under the driver's seat on LHD > cars (Don't know about RHD). The Theft Warning Intergrated Central > Electronics module is used for a number of functions including key > recognition. This will be a dealer only part and will need a Tech II > to install a new one. > You can get a used one, but you will need a transponder that is > already programmed to that TWICE so you can program the rest of your > keys. > > If you lose all your keys, the is the part that has to be replaced. > > Good luck, > Steve Crowe > > On 25 Feb 2007 13:26:37 -0800, muchs...nospaml.com wrote: > > >I have a 1999 Saab 95 4 Cylinder with 105,000 miles. Last week the > >auto lock and unlock entry key stopped working, the ding ding ding > >bell is on when I turn the car off and open the door, the radio does > >not shut itself off when I turn the car off and take out the key. The > >dealership said they traced the problem to the "Twice" module which > >is, under the driver seat. It is a box with a bunch of wires connected > >to it. They said it cost $900 for the part. I tried to find a "Twice" > >module on Saab parts sellers on the internet but there is no such > >thing listed for sale. No part called a Twice module. Does anyone have > >experience with this type of electronic issue or know what the part is > >called that is under the driver seat. So far I can live with the > >problem but the deal said it could get worse, where more electronics > >are effected, like the power windows for example. Thanks, Thanks Steve. Now my central display is warning me that my anti theft alarm system needs to be check out. I think you pointed me in the right direction for an expensive dealer repair. David

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