sensor is located in the ignition housing itself and can not be serviced seperatly from the housing, it must be replaced
There is no camshaft sensor on the engine. Your reading a generic code.
It has two. They must be replaced, not cleaned.
You need to get the temperature sensor repaired or, more likely, replaced.
It's not adjustable on any sl series. if it's reading is off it needs to be replaced. 2000-2002 had a problem where they would read 1-2% all the time.
The stock oil pressure sensor on a 97 Saturn can be replaced with an oil pressure gauge for poundage info by first unscrewing the existing sensor. The new sensor can then be screwed into place and wiring ran to a suitable pressure gauge.
If you are reading a code with the description "ambient temp. sensor open" that means that the sensor or the wiring to the sensor is open or broken. The sensor will have to be replaced or the wiring to the sensor repaired. Have it troubleshot prior to just throwing parts at it.
Be careful there is a temperature coolant switch mounted next to the thermostat housing. I thought this was the sensor and replaced it by mistake. There is another sensor.
i am looking were the cooled start sensor is on a 94 Saturn is at
Fill your coolant to the level that it should be at. If it still comes on when the coolant is at its proper area, then it is an improper sensor. You will need to have it replaced immediately to reset the sensor.
bad fan or bad fan relay
The 2003 Saturn L200 does not have a camshaft position sensor.
were is crankshaft sensor located in 2001 Saturn l300
Make sure you replaced the sensor with the two wire connector. Make sure the connector to the sensor is corrosion free. Replace it if it is
The 2003 Saturn camshaft sensor can be found on the back of the cylinder head. The camshaft sensor should be labeled as such.
The knock sensor is located on the backside of the engine to the left of the oil filter, it is round with a 1 wire plug on it and a round base. I do not know the torque spec, but when I replaced mine I made it tight enough not to back out on its own.
Check all your grounds
I just replaced the sensor on my 1998 Saturn SL2.. The temperature sensor/switch is inline with the spark plugs on the drivers side on the engine block and has 2 wires coming from it to the wiring harness. It takes a 13mm deep well socket to remove the sensor. The wires just unplug from the sensor by using a screwdriver to raise the tabs off. simple.
The 2002 Saturn IAT sensor can be found on the top of the engine. The IAT sensor will be near the injector fuel pump.
The orange engine light means that your Saturn LS300 has a sensor that is signaling for a service. This could be an oxygen sensor, an oil sensor, or even a tire sensor.
Sensor, wiring, or computer. Those are your three options.
Your valve timing is off The o2 sensor is not reading properly causing the system to go very lean.
Yes. It will start, but may run roughly. There is more than one sensor on your Saturn. If you have a service dash light come on, you can take your vehicle by an AutoZone, or O'Reilly's and they will hook it up to a hand-held code reader and tell you which sensor is reading bad. They can also "loan" you an sensor socket to make changing the old one out a lot easier.
There is no mass air flow sensor on the Saturn S-series.