Loosen up the lugnuts on the passenger side front wheel. Jack up the passenger side front of the vehicle. Take off the wheel. Remove the splash shields that cover the inside of the wheel well. If you look from the passenger side top of the engine, you will see the belt connected to up to 7 pulleys. No matter how many pulleys you see (it will depend on if your car has AC, etc..) the alternator is connected to the bottom left pulley. You can distinguish the alternator because right behind the pulley is a small fan, connected to the alternator itself. Directly to the right of the alternator is your tensioner pulley, held on by a nut. Get a wrench that will fit that nut, and turn it clockwise. This will loosen the tension on the belt, but hold it in that position with one hand because the pulley is springloaded, and will spring back into place as soon as you let off tension. Take the belt off of the alternator pulley. If your belt is getting old, mine as well replace it now because you'll kick yourself later on when you could have just spent the $20 and had it over with. Now, just loosen the bolts from the alternator and disconnect the wiring. If your new alternator came with a pulley already, you are ready for install. If not, you will have to get a pulley puller and remove the pulley from the old alternator and press it onto the new one. (TIP: most chain auto parts stores will do this for you!) Connect the wiring to the new one, and bolt it in place. Turn the tensioner pulley nut clockwise again, and put the belt around the alternator pulley, making sure that the belt did not slip off of any other components. Put the wheel well back together and put the wheel back on. Congratulations, your done.
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Under the coil,check link below:
Remove the inner door panel.See link below.
The starter solenoid is attached to the starter. When you replace the starter, you'll get a new solenoid.
There is no such dial. The fuel/air mixture is controlled by the ECU with no input from the driver.
8/1 is the stock rim size for a 1994 Saturn sc
The biggest rim size that can fit on a Saturn sc is size 22 inch
You can not adjust the tone of the factory horn. You must replace the horn to get a different sound.
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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.
Likely the battery or alternator, but probably the alternator
Saturn sc takes 1.5 pounds of R134a
first, its not located in a conveinent loccation. It can only be accessed from underneath the car. And, because its on the bottom of the engine block, you will have to drain the coolant.
Typically, the kit includes a full set of instructions. Contact the kit manufacturer or retailer before you purchase it to verify that instructions are included.
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
Purchase your replacement part. Put a jack under the engine with a board to support the engine. Put slight pressure on the engine but no more. Remove the mount and replace. Lower jack.
unscrew take old out, drop new in with gasket put baqck screws IF YOU DONT KNOW HOW TO CHANGE A THERMOSTAT, LEAVE YOUR HOOD CLOSED!