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What is wrong with your 1994 Saturn SL1 if the starter keeps going out?

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2004-09-07 11:26:37
2004-09-07 11:26:37

If it is because of the drive, it may need a flywheel also. If it keeps burning out the wiring, I would change brand of starters.

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