you have to get it to turn otherwise you will have to replace the housing,if you get it to turn than put it in the run position with the key in on the right side there will be a small hole.put a piece of a coat hanger in the hole this will allow you to push up the tab to remove the cylider,however if you are having trouble than the key will most likely worn excessivly you will need the key to pull on to get the cylinder out if the ket will not stay in the cylinder than use a screwdriver to try to pry it out,if you are having trouble than here a two tips,turn the key slightly back I MEAN SLIGHTLY BACK and try again also if the vehcicle ahs an automatic transmission remove the shift interlock cable from under the housing this will be a black plastic piece right underneath the cylinder,heres the key u will probably break the 3 little plastic clips no worrys if and when u do this simply reattach it by wraping a wire tie around it,if u are curious how i know this it is because im a technician that works at a Saturn dealership.
how do i replace a transmission sensor switch on a 2001 l-series saturn
( no ) The 1.9 liter four cylinder engine in a 1999 Saturn S series has a timing CHAIN
The S series Saturn does not use a timing belt; all four cylinder Saturn's use a timing chain.
See a Service manual or visit Saturnfans.com , or Automotiveforums.com
Check saturnfans.com forums under the SL or post the question.
How do I replace the water pump in my 1994 Saturn SL2 series standard twin cam.
The SC2 is an 'S' series Saturn, and all 4 cylinder engines of the S series Saturn's used a timing CHAIN rather than a timing belt.
it shouldn't be possible but if it is you probably need an ignition switch
Not cycle.......cylinder, all were four cylinder. ^^^^ Yupp yupp! The L-series moved on to 6 cylinder engines
No such thing exists on a 91-02 Saturn s-series. The above is correct... mostly. Saturn did not use a physical camshaft positioning sensor on any of its S-series vehicles. There is however a pseudo camshaft pulse generated by the ignition control module and sent to the computer. If you are receiving faulty cam position sensor trouble codes, the problem exists in the Ignition control module.
I just bought a fuel filter today for my 2001 Saturn L series manual transmission. It costed 10.59 at Napa
A Saturn SL -- and every S-series Saturn -- has a 1.9 liter 4 cylinder engine. The SC2, SL2, and SW2 have a DOHC (dual overhead cam) engine; the SC1, SL, SL1, and SW1 have a SOHC (single overhead cam) engine.
If you have an S series it doesn't have a cabin vent filter. The L-series does in 01, but the S series never had a vent filter
Yes your vehicle is equipped to code the new cylinder by a series of procedures you can do from the drivers seat. If you have any questions contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
There is NO emergency cutoff switch on ANY s-series. The ignition key is the only "switch"
The "L" series Saturns came in two varieties; the 4 cylinder (which used a timing chain), and the V6 which used a timing belt. To replace the timing belt on the V6 you must use the specially designed tool to lock the camshafts and crankshaft in place while you replace the belt. To replace the timing chain on the 4 cylinder, you must remove the front housing. It's easier to just remove the engine.
Saturn L-Series was created in 2000.
Saturn S-Series was created in 1991.
It should be replaced when it begins making a noticeable noise.
Whatever one you like and can find the correct mounting and installation hardware for.
The V6 L series engine uses a timing belt, which must be replaced every 100,000 miles. The 4 cylinder Saturn engines use a timing chain that typically does not need replacement until you have a reason to remove the cylinder head.
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The Saturn L series transaxle is in front of the driver, connected to the engine.
The Saturn S series is an old automobile. Commercials for them were first broadcast in 1992. The line was discontinued in 2003 and replaced by the Saturn Ion.