You will need to remove the passenger front tire and take apart the plastic splash guards to get to the alternator. Loosen the serpentine belt tensioner and remove the belt. Disconnect the negative battery terminal or you will get sparks when removing the wires from the alternator. Now crawl under the car and remove the plastic cover from the alternator, I think it is a 10mm bolt, then disconnect the wires from the alternator, one plug-in connector and I believe one wire held on by a 10mm nut. Now for the real fun, you will need a pair of wrenches, or a ratchet and a wrench to remove the nut from the lower mounting bolt on the alternator, remove the bolt. The upper mounting bolt is not so easy to get too, but a lot of swearing and small hands will find it, add a little patience and it will eventually come all the way out. When both mounting bolts are out you will find the alternator will pivot on the lower mount, wiggle it until it comes off the lower mounting bracket. The alternator will only come out of the engine bay via the passenger wheel well, just rotate it until it looks right and pull it out. Installation is the same process in reverse. Good luck
8/1 is the stock rim size for a 1994 Saturn sc
It sold new for $12,895.
A 1994 Saturn SC may not even have a radiator drainplug. In order to find out if the 94 Saturn does have a radiator drainplug, a person can take off the lower hose to see, or look in the car's manuel.
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The biggest rim size that can fit on a Saturn sc is size 22 inch
Either catalytic converter or EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) system issues.
Likely the battery or alternator, but probably the alternator
Saturn sc takes 1.5 pounds of R134a
If it is an SC2 the lights have to be flipped up and you have to have a torque screwdriver to get the light out. Be careful not to take out the WRONG screws.
You need to remove the Interior door panel. From there you can gain access to the speaker and replace it as needed.
Check the alternator. If the voltage is too high it will overcharge the battery and destroy it. If the voltage is too low the battery will discharge and could be mistaken for a destroyed battery.
The fuel pump for the 2001 Saturn SC1 is in the gas tank
it's in the gas tank
It is in the exhaust after the converter.
Refer here for a full clutch replacement procedure:http://www.saturnfans.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?s=&daysprune=-1&f=26
It is conducting OC and SC tests on the given three phase alternator and determining the regulation by synchronous impedance method.
All vehicles without a distributor (which Saturn sc is one)can not have there timing adjusted(done by the computer).
The oil capacity for the Saturn 1.9L engine is 4 quarts. The owners manual recommends 5W-30.
Firewall, driver's side.
Valves are hydraulic and cannot be adjusted