Saturn fans.com states the problem is with the alternator voltage regulator. Unfortunately, this problem has not been openly admitted as a fault of the l200 series, even though many owners have this intermittent flash of the lights. A technician I know said this problem has to do with the "comfort control module" which operates 12v devices like door locks lights security ect. My l200 has this flashing and about the time when the flashing got worse, the keyless locking mechanism was almost inoperable. So..... logically this problem has to do with a combination of both comfort control module and voltage regulator. The flashing is possibly the ccm whereas it could be a voltage spike due to improper voltage regulation, then it may be the alternator. Best to have a Saturn dealer check the prob. but ask them to document any tests of your alternator.
I had same problem with a 2001 L200. I heard a clicking sound inside the engine fuse box and it coincided with the lights blinking. Found it was one of the relays inside inside the fuse box. Replaced the relay that seemed to be clicking and the blinking light problem stopped.
Should be under warranty- go to the dealer and get it checked.
you go to the dealer and get it checked out. they have to do it for you.
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i had same problem its the relay in the fuze box under hood. i got a relay at dealer for 50 dollars.
have it checked by dealer something is amiss
Have the cylinder head checked. Probably a crack in the head. That is the problem i had 2yrs ago. part was about 300.00 at autozone. Dealer may charge about 2000.00 to repair.
If you are driving it to the dealer, yes.
There is a problem with the SRS. Take it to a dealer and have this checked into, ASAP.
You have to take it to the dealer to have the fluid checked.
It has to be checked out. Takeit to a dealer that has check out charts.
it means that your airbag system has a problem and that it needs to be checked by your dealer.
Have it checked by a coin dealer.
Check your manual it will tell you that these are resetting fuses and have to be checked by a dealer.
It is broken. You should go see your local dealer or auto shop to get it checked out.
I had this problem, the dealer couldn't find it, and it eventuly went away.
Id the car is accelerating with out you pressing the pedal it is a safety hazard that needs to be checked out. I would call you dealer and schedule an appointment and refrain from driving it if possible.
You can order one from a dealer. Last time I checked, they ran for about 50 dollars.
that tells you that the engine is overheating you should have it checked at your local dealer
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If you had keys with computer chip embedded,you will have to go back to a dealer,and have it checked&ordered..
The antenna. You may ned to replace it if the dealer won't. Go t www.tss-radio.com for anything SIRIUS!
If you did not go to a Toyota dealer then the brake material may not be correct for ... Q: Since my front brake pads were replaced I'm now getting a pulsation in my brake ... You should have your brakes checked as a precaution
i had a Chrysler product that did that years ago. have the distributor checked. it needs to be checked closely. one dealer missed it the other dealer found it by accident. it quit backing out of the shop.
Definitely not, it was up to him to check out what he sold not you. As a dealer in this sort of thing he should have checked it out properly. If the boot was on the other foot the same applies.
Take it to a dealer. Its under warrantee