There can be a number of things going on when the engine quits or won't start when it's warm. One is a problem with the condenser related to the ignition points. Also, you should inspect the tightness of the fasteners since metal parts expand when they get hot. Another possible problem is that the ignition coil many need to be replaced.
above the starter
nope, at the crank
behind the crank pully
buy a service manual and follow the service steps for crank removal .
The window crank slips because the regulator gear has most likely stripped. You will need to remove the outer door panel to verify for sure but unless the crank is broken (It would fall off if it was) the regulator is stripped
There is a c clip holding the window crank on. The tool slides behind the crank and opens the clip.
Saturn Shop Foreman here, old school GM window crank remover or use a shop rag behind the crank to grab the tangs of the clip and pop it out, it will fly like the wind if you don't watch out!
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No this will not work. Crank shafts are different
Next to the starter.
The crank sensor is behind the starter. Remover the starter at the back of the engine and you will see the sensor
Lock up, No but a bad crank sensor will prevent the engine from starting.
The V6 in the Saturn VUE is sideways (FWD) vs. the version used in the Cadillac Catera (RWD). On the Saturn, the crank sensor is mounted on the front side of the engine, sort of near where the trans mounts to the engine. Pretty easy to change.
Lefty loosey, righty tighty.
No,it is right hand thread.
behind the window crank handle, there is a horseshoe shaped pin, pop that pin off and the crank handle should pull right off.
The window crank will most likely be held on one of two ways. There could be a screw in the middle, or there is a clip behind it holding the shaft.
You'll need to lift the car and reach over the starter,the crank sensor is mounted on the block. you won't be able to see it but you will feel the connector.
Saturn engine interchangibility.yes, by all means you can, the only thing is ..you have to match the ignition modules to the crankshaft. i.e. use a 93 module for the 93 crank and a 91-92 module for a 91-92 crank. there is a timing difference built in to the module for the crankshaft notches. that's about it. everything else will work.
No, it just makes it a easier job.
it sounds like the crank sensor is going bad try replacing it they are $16 at any part store
Perhaps a blown fuel pump. Take a plug wire out and use a spare plug and set it on a piece of metal and crank it and look for the spark. This will eliminate an ignition problem.
crank sensor is bad
There is a video on U-Tube showing where the sensor is and how to change it. It is above the starter
More detail is needed. Does it crank? Battery new?