My 2006 Saab 9-3 2.8l ss manual won't start. I pulled in my inclined driveway two weeks ago and came out the next morning and got nothing but "steering wheel locked pull key..." I've replaced battery (750 cca) 12v and removed and cleaned ignition switch w/ battery disconnected. Ignition switch does not click but TWICE red ring blinks and central locking and lighting work. Lights work, accessories work. When I turn ism to "on" I hear a relay under or in front of glove box energize. Not starter relay. The night I parked I came in at a weird angle to avoid an obstacle so my steering wheel was not straight ahead when it locked. I've also rolled the car back about three feet and was able to turn the steering wheel about 90° ccw and then rolled her back again to get it straight ahead. So now I'm stumped. Could it be uec, cim, scl, ism still, bcm, or ecu? Or could it be a twice problem considering I locked at a weird angle. Any help is appreciated before I swallow my pride and have to see it flat bedded to the Chevy dealer for Tech 2 testing.