well, it depends. i don't normally work on saturns, so i don't know how complicated they are. it probably can't be any more complicated than my mr2 though. i'd estimate between $350.00 and $500.00. hope that helps.
I believe you need to replace a timing belt. Cause it uses timing chain which doesn't required to change as timing belt.
every 90,000 miles average to replace timing belt
The 4 cylinder Saturn engines used an "Oil bath" timing chain. The V6 Saturn engines used an "external" timing belt.
NO, you do not remove the head to replace the timing belt on any car.
The V6 engine in a LS2 has a timing belt with replacement intervals at 100k miles
how do i change timing chain on 95 saturnsc1 1.9 sohc
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.
You never need to replace the timing chain if the engin use timing chain(not timing belt).
It is depended on the condition of your timing belt
There is no timing belt. Saturn Ion's use a timing chain.
2000 Toyota Celica have timing chains.
according to Dayco timing belts it is 120.000mi
The V6 Saturn used a timing belt. The 4 cylinder's used a timing chain.
Every 60,000 miles
The timing belt on a 2000 Isuzu Trooper is replaced by removing the engine accessories, taking off the timing cover and loosening the tensioner. The belt can then be slipped off the sprockets and a new timing belt put in place.
All Saturn 4 cylinder engines have an internal timing chain. All Saturn V6 engines have a timing belt.
The Saturn sl2 does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain. And under most conditions it does not need replacing.
no. it has a chain not belt. it should last as long as the car.
It has a timing belt. Replace at 100,000 miles.It has a timing belt. Replace at 100,000 miles.
All of the Saturn 4 cylinder engines used a timing chain. The V6 Saturn's used a timing belt.
I don't know. No one does.