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inspect your ignition wires,and tune up components,than listen closly because i am a Saturn technician,it sounds like you have a coolant temp sensor problem its located under the breater tube.in the head its a two wire sensor,remove it and inspect it for cracks or discoleration.if it has iether of these than it is garbage.also inspect the connector for corrosion.

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Q: What would cause you to hold the clutch and gas to start a 92saturn sl2 and after it starts cause it run like a miss?
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