If these died by slowly hanging up until they just quit working you will need to replace the entire assembly. You can get them from the dealer but brace yourself as they come with a steep price...about $200 each. You will have to remove some trim pieces to replace them, and I recommend buying the trim clip tool or you will break the clips and wind up spending another $100 to replace them. They seatbelt guides are held in by a couple of bolts and change pretty quick once you get the interior panels out of the way. So take your time on the interior panels and save yourself the cost of replacing them unless they are already broken.
Yes, the transmissions are the same...
In the right kick panel.
if its a manual yes. for an automatic i never try it but Saturn don't like to change its dam possible
there are no physical adjustments available for the Saturn automatic transmission.
The oil filter is located on the back side of the engine block. its on the lower passanger corner.
The cabin air filter on the Saturn Vue is on the passanger side up on the firewall. I think there is like 3 or 4 screws to remove. It is on the upper flat part of the firewall.
how many quarts of fluid does an 2001 Saturn take
Yes You Can?
T-IV for an automatic.
On the transaxle,just follow the shift cable.
Yes it does ..my brother in law has a 2007automatic..
No, they stopped making saturns in 2009 I believe.
Maybe tirod end or ball joint Check strut bearings.
what is a window release?
Saturn stopped producing cars on October , 2009. This discontinuation was a result of Penske ending talks with the manufacturer.
Well, to start, the Saturn Vue wasn't available in 1994, may be your issue......
If it is an automatic, it goes down the red dipstick tube.
Remove transmission oil pan
yes. gm has stopped making sturn vehticles.
Going from a manual to an automatic is not that hard but going from automatic to manual is a not easy. This will be a very expensive conversion unless you buy a donor car to get parts from. From my experience I suggest if you want a Saturn with a manual transmission then sell the one you have and go buy one with a manual. You will be money ahead.
If its a manual, it will bolt up and function, but not properly. If its an automatic, it will bolt up and not function at all.