it is always worthy to try - I just paid for my FW 750$!!!! @ Saturn
Just get a new hub from a junkyard.
Just on one of the moons of Saturn it has been found. Found a link for you, click below
Inside the transmission, just above the transmission oil pan.
The motor is not worth fixing. Go to a junkyard and just get a new one
I just installed a new CD player into my 97 Saturn SL 1 using this, it should work for your 1994 SC2 because its for 90's and above. http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf
If you have a good size arbor press (12 ton, relatively inexpensive) and the equivalents of the called for tools (also relatively inexpensive) you can press out the hub from the steering knuckle/bearing assembly, then press out the bearing from the knuckle, press the new bearing back into the knuckle and then the hub back into the knuckle/bearing assembly then reinstall into your vehicle... or you can take the steering knuckle assembly to a machine shop and have them do it. If you think it's something you may do more than once, buy the tools. Incidentally, after 1994 the hub and bearing replacement is a very easy operation; just take out the hub/bearing assembly and install a new one. I just did it on my 1996 Taurus, basically the same car. The 1994 is a major pain by comparison. If the bearing starts to fail after a short period of time, then you need a new knuckle; you drove the car on a bad bearing for too long.
The question sounds as if you expect Saturn to have a surface like Earth, part of which has oceans. Let's get this clear: the giant planets - including Saturn have no surface. Instead, they are gas giants - the gas just gets denser and denser, the lower you go. Saturn will, of course, have some water vapor, water droplets and water ice in its atmosphere. Part of its rings consist of water ice as well.
The Pacific Ocean and the Bearing Strait (just western Alaska)
Just about everything, actually.
Since Saturn has a mean density of 0.687 g/cm3, less than that of water, it is nice to think that it would float in water. While that is (sort of) true, you also have to consider that Saturn is much colder than the freezing point of water, so it would freeze whatever water it was placed in. Also, Saturn's core is much denser than water, so one would also have to consider what happens when the atmosphere of Saturn is boiled away by the temperature of the water. In the final analysis, it is moot, because the volume of water required to attempt to float Saturn would exceed the volume of Jupiter, and we just don't have that much water available.
A rod bearing is any easy fix just takes a little time. The part is only $7 for a new rod bearing . I wold say fix it yourself or find someone to help you who is handy with mechanical stuff!!! good luck I just changed mine. BEWARE OF THE KNOCK!!!
yes, because when you put oil on bearing or hardware the water does not make the metal wet.THe water just slides off.
I adjusted one just before installing the drum, I had the same question, but they worked great afterward.. dave
Saturn has seven rings i just researchedit for u
well that all depends are you stupid or not hmmm well in this case i think you are coz if its the same car just uppgradded of course it will ( well i no nothing bout cars, your probably not even talking about cars) lol i dnt even no what a Saturn SL or what Eva lol cya. one last thing
Should be correct
Saturn dealer or NAPA are just two.
Maybe "throw-out" bearing Should have been replaced w/clutch
remove the gearbox. the throwout bearing will be on the input shaft . remove the clip and put a new one on . no special tools needed just a few sockets and spanners
Saturn is Made of gasses. So is Jupiter. The rings of Saturn are made of ice and rock just orbiting around.
Saturn is one of the gas giants, so it is just made out of gases!
Just the sun. Like Earth is still Earth, Saturn is Saturn...
Earth has people and living things on it and Saturn is just a planet?