My 97 has a temp gauge. If it's not overheating, I would doubt it would be the sensor.
I'm guessing this is more along the lines of the coil packs. They are in the front of the engine (where the plug wires plug into). You can take them out and have them tested at autopart stores.
You should also consider replacing the plug wires and plugs if the coil packs are the culprit.
The 1991 Saturn throttle position sensor can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The throttle position sensor will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
its located next to a few nuts and blots
For the Satur S-Series there is no camshaft position sensor. They never installed it in that model
It's a part of the throttle body assembly.
Saturn's moon "Titan" is located in Saturn's magnetic field.
The 2003 Saturn L200 has a camshaft position sensor. It is located on the bottom front of engine behind the Starter. You will need to remove the two bolts that are holding the Starter to get to the sensor.
It's located on the front of the engine block by the oil filter.
The 2003 Saturn L200 does not have a camshaft position sensor.
where does the dipstick is located on a saturn
behind the crank pully
Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun.
Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun
The fuse box on a 2002 I200 Saturn is located between the steering column and floor. It is position to the left of the driver, near the hood release.
Saturn is the sixth planet of the Solar System.
Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun.
Sixth from the Sun.
CPS is located above the starter on the back side of the engine held in with a 10mm bolts.
next to the oil filter. (side of engine, front of car)
There is no specific reason why Jupiter is located where it is (between Mars and Saturn).
She has been driving a Saturn ion these past few episodes.
The axis tilts at an angle of about 27 degrees from the perpendicular position.
where is the run start relay located on a 2006 Saturn ion
Two of the most common causes are throttle position sensor and idle control valve problems.