Just purchased my first Saab, a 2004 9-3 Linear, automatic. It was a college student's car that has sat for the last six months because she didn't have the need for a car. Started and drove when I got it but it had some misc electrical gremlins - gas gauge doesn't work, tail light was out, sunroof doesn't work, driver's mirror/window didn't work and radio/SID didn't work. Research shows gas gauge is likely the sending unit, driver's mirror was loose plug in door, tail light was shorted ground wire at light, radio was blown fuse and I haven't messed with sunroof - although fuse is good. After I went through and got most things working I went to fill it up with gas and when I left my driveway, which has a slight bump at the end, I heard a pop and the radio and SID went out. I checked the fuse and it was blown. Subsequent fuse blew instantly. Went and filled the car up and it drove fine. Got home and started tracing the issue. Dropped the lower dash cover and checked the #14 wire. Found that it was grounded out. I cut the wire and found that it was grounded out on the fuse block side, not the radio side. I jumped the radio side wire over to the cigarette lighter fused wire and the radio illuminated but did not turn on and the SID didn't work. Unhooked it all and hooked it back up stock and just left the #14 fuse out. Went to start the car and everything in the car powers on but the engine won't turn over, not even a click. Checked battery voltage and it was good, but swapped in battery from my truck anyway and still nothing. Researched a bunch in the forums and tried cleaning the ISM, nothing. Jumped the starter relay with the key on and the engine turns over but will not start. I have pulled the ecm fuse and let the car sit, nothing. I have unhooked the battery for hours, nothing. Key fob works and doors lock and unlock fine, have also put a new battery in the fob. When I turn the key on the only indicator I get on the dash is the ESP being turned off, which it was the last time I ran it. The only thing I can think of now is that the ECM and the car have possibly lost sync. First, opinions, second, if this is the case, is there a way to fix it in my driveway or am I going to have to scour the country trying to find a shop with a tech 2? Thanks in advance!