7 quarts of coolant will fill your sl2
A 1995 Saturn SL2 will hold 7 quarts of coolant. Saturn vehicles are no longer made but can still be serviced by GMC dealerships.
Coolant leak possibly no fluid in radiator, hence the picture of a radiator.
The coolant temp sensor is located directly under the EGR valve, just in back of the upper radiator hose connection on the engine. The sensor has 2 wires and uses a 14mm socket to replace
on the passenger side of engine, below ac compressor. coming from bottom radiator hose.
I just replaced the radiator in my 97 SL2 today. What exactly are you asking? Step by step instructions?
no, it's on the reservoir. Yes, the radiator "system" has a pressure-release cap located on the plastic coolant fill bottle. This bottle is an active part of the cooling system, and is where you add coolant to the system
The radiator does not have a cap as most cars do. You add coolant to the reservoir bottle. The reservoir bottle may be under pressure when the engine is warm. Use caution when opening.
How do I replace the water pump in my 1994 Saturn SL2 series standard twin cam.
You don't "fill up" the water pump. The water pump is just a pump that moves coolant throughout the engine cooling system. You add coolant at the radiator or the coolant recovery tank.
The sensor is threaded into the coolant passage in the back of the cylinder head.
Start by replacing the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
Low engine coolant
I am prettysure you can change the motor as long as the body structure is the same and you have skill in this sort of thing.
Technically, there is no fill cap on the radiator. To add coolant, open the overflow tank. It should be on the Passenger side fender, next to the windshield fluid tank. The coolant tank is pressurized when the engine is hot. Be very careful removing the cap to the coolant overflow if the engine has been running, since the scalding hot coolant can burn you.
You need coolant.
There is not any adjustments to be made on alternators.
1993 Saturn sl2
coolant capacity for the 96 Saturn SC2 is 7 quarts, almost 2 gallons.
Refer to the link below
Check your coolant level
I own a 1998 Saturn SL2 and it is located in the plastic fuse box under the hood on the left side of the engine compartment (drivers side).