Well, I've got a 93 SL2 that has 170,000 miles on it, and aside from standard maintenance such as oil changes, tune-ups and the like, it runs like a champ. I've got the 1.9 litre DOHC Motor, and the Manual Transmission. I love the car to death. I deliver Pizza for Pizza Hut and put anywhere from 50 to 100 miles of hard use on my car per day. It has taken more abuse from me with less complaint than any other car I've owned(more than 20 cars). It's fast(0 - 60 in 6 to 7 secs!), efficient(28 mpg) and fun! Saturn comes highly recommended by me! :)
Beware! The SL1s and SL2s from appr 1991 to 1994 are very sensitive. I just had my engine replaced (92 SL1) and spent appr 3700 on the job (including tow trucks and a crate engine and the mechanics time). I was told by my mechanic that if I had the SL2 for that year the job might have cost me up to 1500 dollars more than it did. The difference between the two models is that the SL1 has a single overhead cam, the SL2 has a dual overhead cam. I love my car, and its zippy and fun, but it needs more frequent tune-ups than are recommended, even by the manufacturer. Just my personal experience.
I have a 1995 SL2 manual trans. I deliver pizza for domino's, I've put 45000 miles in just one year, it went through snow, rain, and mud, the only thing I've done was regular oil changes and basic tune ups. By the way my sat have 150000 miles now and still runs like new. I love my saturn, it's by far the best car I've ever owned!!
I have a 1993 Saturn SL2 and my buddy has 1995 Saturn SL2. Trust me, we would like to burn them to the ground, useless junk.
where is the run start relay located on a 2006 Saturn ion
I had this problem in my 1993 Saturn SL2. It is probably the fuel injectors. No matter how many cleaners you run through it, you need to take in and get the injectors flushed out. Probably about $70. My car went from dieing about 10 times a trip, to none.
Run Saber - 1993 - VG was released on: UK: 1993 USA: 8 June 1993
Run Saber - 1993 VG is rated/received certificates of: USA:E
The engine will run well on any good 10W -30 oil.
Cobra - 1993 Nowhere to Run 1-5 was released on: USA: 14 October 1993
The cast of Bokurano Winning Run - 1993 includes: Naoyuki Tomomatsu
The cast of Run - 1993 includes: Michiko Ameku as (1993) Hiroshi Aogaki as (1993) Akira Emoto as (1993) Natsuko Hirai as (1993) Yuzo Mikawa as (1993) Ren Mori as Daisuke Shigeru Muroi as (1993) Hideo Murota as (1993) Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi as Tetsuji (1993) Daisaku Shinohara as (1993) Kaku Takashina as (1993) Susumu Terajima as (1993) Etsushi Toyokawa as (1993) Yoshiaki Umegaki as (1993) Tatsuo Yamada as (1993)
Joe Carter won the 1993 WS with a three-run homer off Mitch Williams
A bad throttle position sensor, on your 1991 Saturn, will cause the engine to run rough when it is idling. The engine will run normally at higher speeds.
Your going to have to prime the fuel rail a few times. Put the key in RUN then turn it off. Put the key again in RUN and turn it off. Id do this maybe 2-3 times so the the fuel pump can reach the right pressures at the fuel rail. Then crank it over.
Great Edinburgh Run was created in 1993.
Nowhere to Run was released on 01/15/1993.
Civil War Journal - 1993 The Battle of 1st Bull Run was released on: USA: 2 November 1993
Overdrive is the normally allowed position on your 1993 Lincoln Town Car . It is the " fourth gear " of your automatic transmission that allows the engine to run at a lower RPM when you are on the highway / freeway You get better gas mileage and the transmission will run cooler , so it's a good thing
probably a head gasket
they are thermostaticly run.
Bull Run - novel - was created in 1993.
5 characteristics of a good sport are run, run, run, run and sweat.
Not usually. Because most Saturns run a 4-bolt lug pattern, while all Crown Victorias run a 5x.5.5 5-bolt lug pattern. On top of that, Saturn cars run a 14" rim profile, whereas the Crown Vic has been setup to run a 15" rim.
CNN Presents - 1993 John Kerry Born to Run was released on: USA: 2004
Nope........... You can bypass it if its leaking and run the vehicle as normal..........