03 Saturn vue is there an abs sensor on back wheels?
If the car has ABS there will be sensors there, byt ABS is optional. Here is a picture of the hub if it has it http://www.1aauto.com/1A/wheel-bearing-hub-rear/Saturn/Vue/1ASHR00057/1052199
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The 2003 Saturn camshaft sensor can be found on the back of thecylinder head. The camshaft sensor should be labeled as such.
2003 Saturn vue 4 cylinder O2 Sensors: The oxygen sensor that is refered to as bank 1 sensor 1 is located on the drivers side of the exhaust manifold, you can see it if …you look directly down from above the rear of the motor... looks like a spark plug with wires coming out of it... lol. If you cannot use a wrench (usually 19mm). You need a special 02 sensor socket (parts store
The intake air temperature sensor for a 2003 Saturn Vue is on theengine block. It is mounted near the top on the driver's side.
The axle nut will need to be removed. You will want to do that as the first step unless you have an air gun that can pull the nut off. From there the brakes will need to come …off. hen look on the inside of the steering knuckle. There will be three bolts. These are what holds the bearing in, apart from rust. Remove the bolts and the bearing will come out, in theory. It may be rusted in place and fight you out.
If you do not know how to replace it, then you should not try to replace it. If you want to know WHERE it is, then look near the thermostat housing.
On the 2002 Vue with the v6 engine, the sensor is on the side ofthe engine. The sensor is right beside of the oil filter.
The 03 Saturn Vue does not use a stand alone camshaft sensor. Thesystem uses the ignition system as a sensor, tapping into thenumber one and four cylinder firing systems.
There is a video on U-Tube showing where the sensor is and how to change it. It is above the starter
there's 4 ho2 sensors total 2 of them are on the front of the engine and the other 2 are on the back of the engine
front bearing torque 151 ft lb rear bearing torque 63 ft lb plus 36 degrees
The on-board computer senses a problem with the engine. A general fault condition is registered which keeps the cooling fan running regardless of temperature until the code ca…n be cleared from the computer. The general fault code means the problem is not deterministic. It happened on my 03 Vue after a slight hesitation under moderate load (going uphill with the A/C on). My mechanic replaced both fuel pumps (not cheap), and the problem was reduced but not eliminated completely. To keep the problem from occurring too frequently: (1) Do not buy cheap gas, (use Chevron, Shell, Mobil, 76, etc.) (2) Do not run your tank empty (3) Add a few gallons of 89 octane to every fill up Mechanics charge a fee to hook up a computer and clear the code. You can do this yourself and save a few bucks by disconnecting the battery cable for a few minutes. Sometimes I need to pull the fuse (relay?) in the fuse box marked "main cooling fan". The persistent cooling fan problem on my 03 Vue is quite intermittent - it happens to me only twice a year.
The Right Front ABS wheel speed sensor is also used as a rough road sensor to assist the knock sensor in dectecting weather there is a knock from engine or bump from the road …in order to adjust the spark and fuel.
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Can wheel bearings be lubricated on Saturn Vue and other similar models giving problems. Lubrication through the hole for anti-lock sensor?
No you can not Lubricate the front wheel bearings, They are factory SEALED bearings. Must REPLACE the bearings with new ones. IF the bearing is noisy then the balls insid…e are damaged. Lubrication will do nothing to help. Replace only You don't Get it! The question was to address lubricating the bearings through the port for the anti-lock sensor before any damage occurs - do you wait to add oil to the engine until the bearings start to grind? I repaired office equipment fore 30 years and understand the need for proper maintenance. At $500.00 per bearing and the fact they are a problem - made in China- a little 90 weight oil added before there is a problem seems logical? I took the old bearing and added oil and after working it a while it improved - still dammaged thought! Maybe you work for the Chinese?\n\nYour contradictory answers amuse me. If you know all the answers why ask? \nIf you "lubricated and worked it a while and it improved" then how was there not a problem as you stated.\nMaybe I do work for the Chinese......maybe your an idiot. Who knows, but i think your answer speaks for itself. \nMaybe you can add a little rubber to your tires so they don't wear out as quickly. Surely you figure something out to save a few bucks\n
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For the 3.0 v6, it's in the front of the engine just below the oil filter. For the 4 cyl, it's near the starter.
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The ABS light is on because there is a problem with the system. Until the problem is fixed the light will remain on. Once the problem is fixed the light will reset itself.
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There are two knock sensors on the 3.0 The location depends on which year model you have. Best found from underneath. On the 2002 and 2003, one is on the front of the engi…ne block and the other on the rear. Look underneath the exhaust manifold. The trouble codes refer to #1 and #2. My guess is that the front one is #1.