1.disconnect the negative battery cable 2.Remove the serpentine drive belt. Use a wrench on the tensioner pully to remove belt. 3.Raise and support the vehicle. 4.Remove the right front wheel. 5.Remove the right wheel splash shield. It is two parts. 6.Remove alternator dust shield. Its attached with one bolt and one clip. 7.Remove the two sets of wires from the alternator. One has a clip to connect it to the alt. and one is bolted to the alt. be very gentle with the bolted one so you will not break the plastic insulator (especially during reinstallation) 8.Remove the upper and lower attaching bolts from the alt. The top bolt is easy to get to from the top of the car, the bolt is just below the power stearing unit. 9.remove the alt. through the wheel well opening. 10.To reinstall alternator, follow these steps in reverse.
The minimum price for a 1995 Saturn SC1 trailing arm is $50.
my 1995 Saturn sl2 has a factory alarm, my daughters 1997 sc1 also has one
A 1995 Saturn SC1 does have a low fuel light warning. The light comes on at about 1/8 of a tank.
I, too, am the owner of a 1995 Saturn SC1 and had the same question. The answer is no, not without unhooking the radiator. Sounds stupid to me, but that's the way it is!
Remove the instrument cluster then replace the bulbs. = =
don't quote me on this but try to investigate the linkage under the plastic near the gear shifter good luck to ya
How to remove the wiper motor on a 2002 Saturn sc1
6 1/2 inches in the front and rear.
It should be the same as my '94 SC2 which is 12.8 gallons.
Yes. The sc1 is a coupe.
What does code 1404 mean on 97 saturn sc1
you can't. there is no cable. it's all electronic. in future year helps
1999 saturn sc1 , need radio code. 4 digit from radio is 1407
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Tire pressure is located on the TIRE sidewall.
In the fuse pannel. You will have two of them in there and one is for your emergancy flashers the other is for your turn signals.
It depends on which engine you have. You may have to pull the engine or trans. Get a manual on your car.
Okay, you have a Saturn SC1.Another observation:It's a vehicle. It came with 4 tires, a glass windshield and operates on unleaded fuel. There is plenty of information about the SC1, but you really need to be a little more specific.
over a ton
It should take you less than a half an hour to replace the TPS sensor.
Normal mechanics tools and a good torque wrench.
Remove the fuel rail with injectors then separate the injectors. Check related link below:
Saturn dealer or NAPA are just two.
The Chilton for the 1999 Saturn lists it on top of the Transaxle. Since this book also covers repair for the older SC1 models, it should be in the same place.
Yes, there is a diagram of the rear brake shoes of the 1999 Saturn SC1. It is found in the cars maintenance or repair manual.