look in the trunk there should be a switch on the left or right side panel some are cover looks like a toggle awith just press it back in.
There is no switch, as mentioned in the first comment. If anything, you tilted the car to a certain angle and the GM PassLock anti-theft device kicked in. I don't know for sure that the Vue has a tilt sensor, but many anti-theft devices can detect if the car is being towed off by sensing the angle of inclination. If you were on a hill and jacked one end of the car up such that the car passed a certain angle with horizontal, this could do it. Generally, you have to wait 30 minutes or 2 hours for the car to release this lock. READ YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL.
Another thing you can do, and i have had exsperiance with my other Saturn LW300 Station wagon who's BCM (Body Controle Module) was acting up and making the security system think someone was trying to steal it. Try disconnecting the negative battery cable and leaving it off for 3-5 min, then put it back on, this should reset the computer.
If the seat warmer on a 2004 Saturn Vue is not working it could be a problem with the heater element. This element can be found under the seat and will be easier to access from the rear of the seat.
An abundance of hydrogen. With enough fuel cells, Saturn could power the Earth for millions of years. There's just the problem of getting it!
Might be that the nut holding the wheel bearing needs tightening or that the wheel bearing needs replacing. Going to have to take it apart to get to the bottom of this one.
Zero. There is no life on Saturn.
Saturn has the largest rings. Also if you could make a tub big enough Saturn could float in it
yes it is possible for life to be on Saturn.
It could be a couple of things, the ground wire to the motor may have become disconnected or over heated and melted or the positive wire for the blower which is located behind the radio has melted, which seems to be a problem with Saturn and was a problem with my 2000 Saturn ls. The wire is connected to a harness right behind the radio and is yellow.
Eat? You would be lucky if you could survive on Saturn. But if you made it there ok, I guess you could.
Hi, I have that same problem right now, but I took it in for a diagnostic and they told me i needed a new EGR valve, maybe that could be your problem too!
Mars; Saturn has very strong gravity.
noway Human beings could not live on Saturn, and neither could their beans.
"Can you breathe on Saturn?" No. There is no oxygen on Saturn.no, because there is not enough oxegon to have us be allowed to breath and function on Saturn.
No, Saturn is too far away to get to. We could barely reach Mars as it is. Saturn is a gas giant, so it has no rocks, other than the ones in its rings, but you can't possibly get to Saturn.
No, because there is no actual solid surface on Saturn. If you fell into Saturn, you could come out the other side.
No. Saturn does not have a surface on which ice caps could form.
One catchy phrase for the plant Saturn could be 'Saturn, the one with the rings'. Saturn is the planet that have several rings around it.
If you could find a body of water large enough to fit Saturn, yes it could float in the water. The density of Saturn is at 0.687 g/cmÂ³.
there are a number of things this could be, for example. vaccum problem, timing and firing problem, fuel problem, and if the check engine light is on it could be a nubmber of sensors, example, tps, iac, so you just have to start somewhere and go with it from there checking to find out what it really is
The ground to the tail light assembly has a problem. It could be the socket or the wire or the connection to the chassis ground. It's a common problem with the Saturn LS and is corrected by a recall action.
No, but you might have a problem changing the floor flange 90 degrees so that the toilet could be clamped down again.
I was told it is your tire sensor. and if it stays on even after you rotate them and fill them up, it could just be broken. I have this problem myself.
If there was a body of water big enough, Saturn could float on it.