The relay on 96-99 saturns are mounted to the horn.
In the first generation SC2 the horn is located in front of the radiator.
Both, it must be grounded and must have power.
The horn relay is under the airbag in the steering wheel. Best to let Saturn dealer fix it.
You must remove the rear package tray.
Buy a trim kit and harness adapter from crutchfield.com
dexron6 are type transmission oil for Saturn 2001 serial sc2
Yes. All Seats from Saturn S-series cars are compatible from 91-02, except for the back seats. For example: You cannot use an SC1 back seat in an SC2.
The Saturn SC2 automobile was a part of the Saturn S series automobiles that was around from 1990 up until 2002. The SC2 looked similar to a Nissan 240 SX and the model was manufactured around 1994-1995.
i have a 1997 Saturn sc2 410xxx miles my friend is at 560xxx on his sl1 if you treat a Saturn well it will last a lifetime if you don't you will cry
Saturn repail manual
NOT AT ALL
A 93 Saturn does not have a stater relay.
no.... The Saturn Sc2 (in all years of production) has a timing chain......much better in my opinion.
What year is this vehicle? The horns are pretty bad for corrosion due to moisture around 1996-1998. A lot of the time the horn shorts out and takes the horn fuse under the hood with it as well. You made a horn and a fuse. Check the connector to see if it is green from corrosion.
1997 Saturn sc2 loction of transmission dipstick
No, there is no inertia switch on any Saturn.
1. Remove the driver's side headlight. 2. Unbolt the horn and bracket from car. 3. Get replacement 3-wire horn. (available from Saturn for ~$70) 4. Install new horn and bracket on car. 5. Intall headlight.
Remove the positive cable from your 1998 Saturn battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
1993-2000 ide go with 1994-1999 somewhere in there would work nicest
96 Saturn doesn't have a starter relay
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Saturn sc takes 1.5 pounds of R134a