The valve cover is probably leaking and needs replacing.AnswerIn models 90-95 of an sl2 they have an aluminum valve covers that often leak so what i did was change the valve cover over to the composite plastic of a 96 it stopped right up i got it at a salvage yard for $52 it came with the seals and grommets they fit fine and sealed nicely. AnswerIts a leaking gasket or craked head!! AnswerI have a 1992 Saturn sc and I just had mine done it is the O rings gasket and it is real cheap. AnswerDo the Valve cover gasket i just had to do mine and it worked (94 sc2) it only takes black silicon whcih is like 3 dollars or you could buy an gasket for 30 dollars but the dealer used the silicon. and you need to replace the plugs and wire when you do it!
The spark plugs along with the plug wires are hidden very well... The spark plugs are located under the log plastic strip on top of the valve cover.
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plugs wires and boots and remove the spark plugs. Put in the spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
You will see wires right on top of the motor. You can easily follow these wires to the spark plugs.
On the top/ middle of the engine under the ignition wires. Two ten mm nuts hold the wires on Remove the nuts and pop of the wires....the plugs are in those 4 holes
Spark plugs and wires
I would replace the spark plugs after 50K, the wires and plugs again at 100K.
I used aftermarket wires and did have some trouble with them. I ended up going back to Saturn for new wires. Plugs you can get anywhere. Don't try and upgrade them though, have them give you exactly what came in your vehicle from factory.
Pull the spark plug wires off the spark plugs. Remove the spark plugs with a spark plug socket. Install the new spark plugs and put the spark plug wires back on. I recomend replacing the spark plug wires as well. If replacing them, just remember that the new wires are hooked up the same ways that the old ones came off.
Change the spark plugs and wires... Change the spark plugs and wires...
No you do not need to replace any plugs at all when replacing wires.
Spark plugs, air filter, wires ( if equipped ).Spark plugs, air filter, wires ( if equipped ).
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plug wires and boots, and remove the old spark plugs. Toss out the old spark plugs, put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
Refer to a service manual for complete pictures and torque specs. Overtighting the plugs can lead to a damaged engine
Start by replacing all the spark plugs. If that does not solve the problem then replace the spark plug wires.
Bad spark plugs, spark plugs wires, etc.
the spark plugs are located in the front of the engine and rear, just follow the spark plug wires and you will find the spark plugs
There are no spark plug wires, this is a coil on plug system. The spark plugs are under the coils that bolt to the middle of the valve covers.There are no spark plug wires, this is a coil on plug system. The spark plugs are under the coils that bolt to the middle of the valve covers.
Disconnect the battery, remove the boots and wires, and remove the old spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, reattach the boots and wires, and connect the battery.
Disconnect the battery, remove the engine cover, remove the spark plugs wires and boots, and remove the spark plugs. Put in the new spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, replace the engine cover, and connect the battery.
Spark plugs wires are just wires that happen to go to spark plugs. They weren't really "invented", it was more or less obvious once the spark plug was developed that there needed to be some way to get electricity to them.
Spark plugs and wires
No spark from coil, bad plug wires, or bad plugs.
No, they don't necessarily have to be replaced. However it is usually a good idea to replace the wires along with the spark plugs. As the wires age and go through heating cooling cycles they get stiff and brittle. As you flex the wires to remove them from the spark plugs the inner conductor often breaks causing a misfire. Also when you pull the spark plug boots off of the spark plugs the connector often can break loose and stay on the spark plug, thus ruining the wire.
Pull on the boot.