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I have an '02 Saab 9.5 Linear with 5-speed manual transmission. There's a clicking noise coming from under the stick-shift that sounds like an old-west telegraph receiving a Morse Code message. The only problem is that I don't understand Morse Code! What is my Saab trying to tell me?
Background; My battery conked out, I got a jump start, brought it to the repair shop I use for a new battery. Mechanic comes out and tells me I need an alternator. One new battery, alternator, serp belt and $900 dollars later, I'm back on my merry way. After about a day, I'm getting the Morse Code messages. Any thought, suggestions, or insights would be greatly appreciated.
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