Hey Carolyn==It isn't real hard but you need direction. Go to Auto zone or another parts store and get a manual on your car for about $18 and it should have pictures and everything. Good luck Joe
96 Saturn doesn't have a starter relay
I have a 96 Saturn sl2 with 160k going thru 1 qt of oil per week. What can I do to stop it?
there are no physical adjustments available for the Saturn automatic transmission.
Tires need balancing?
Replace the alternator. Utilize a Hane's Manual.
coolant capacity for the 96 Saturn SC2 is 7 quarts, almost 2 gallons.
saturns fuses for the cars are located behind the battery
I have a 96 SL2, but im prty sure that they are the same. You should have the: 1.9L DOHC
Next to the starter.
To remove car parts, a person must have the right tools. For a person to remove a starter on a 1996 Saturn they would need a 1/2 inch socket, a 4 inch extension, a wrench, and pliers.Ê
Remove the intake manifold. The starter is underneath.
Front seating area, center, under dash, front of console, mounted in junction block.
Look where the spark plug wires connect to the thing that fires them (i cant remember what the heck its called) You will see some numbers.On a 96 Saturn sl2 DoHC it looks like this 4/2 1/3 4/2 1/3 The number on the left is for the two connectors on the left, and likewise for the other two. So the firing order for the 96 Saturn sl2 would be: 4 1 2 3 (for instance) That doesnt mean its your firing order.To be 100% sure, check your numbers, or check a manual... or simply call your local Saturn dealership and talk to their mechanic.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jXiwgm3bPg Video pretty much explains everything. If the link doesn't work then search on youtube videos and type in: Saturn cluster removal.
If you have ever replaced a water pump on any vehicle the answer would be "yes" you can do it yourself.
You may need to adjust the tension on the belt.
I have a 96 2.2 and had to drop the exhaust from the manifold in order to change the starter. and goos luck.
take it to a shop that recharges ac and get them to charge it and check for any leaks in the system. probably be about 80$
Look on top of the drier--probably at the passenger side firewall Look on top of the drier--probably at the passenger side firewall
Check the fluid level in the Saturn. Check the water pump and thermostat for failure. If they are not working the engine will overheat and the light will blink.
You use a paper clip to flash the SES light to get the engine code for '91-'95 s-series. Or you use an OBD II scanner for '96+ s-series
Actually, Saturn S series vehicles do not make use of a Air Flow sensor..... They do on the other hand have a Ambient Air Temperature sensor located in the lower portion of the air filter box. This can cause poor vehicle performance if it has failed.
should be psgr side kick panel on the left pull off the plastic cover the relays and the fuse will be there not sure witch one inside of plastic cover will show you what is what