You don't. In its time, one of the competitive advantages of the Saturn S-Series was that it doesn't have a timing belt. It has a timing chain. It can last several hundred thousand miles, provided:
* you CHANGE the oil every 3000 miles (you can go up to 4000 miles if you use a QUALITY synthetic oil
* you CHECK the oil EVERY time you buy gas. These engines burn oil, so you should keep it topped up * you use a good quality oil, and don't use any of those funky oil additives.
The good thing is, unlike a timing belt, that just snaps when its time has come, the timing chain will give you plenty of audible warning as it's reaching the end of its service life. You'll hear a lot of noise, not unlike "rod knock" noise, around the area of the timing chain.
The Saturn sl2 does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain. And under most conditions it does not need replacing.
The DOHC SL2 has a timing chain.
The 4 cylinder Saturn's all had timing chains.
It does not work because it has a timing chain instead.
You are correct that the SL2 uses a timing chain. However, since it uses a timing chain it does not need to be replaced as does the timing BELT. In general, a timing chain should last the life of the engine.
No, there is no timing belt on any of the the 4 cylinder Saturns, they all use an internal timing chain.
This proceedure is covered in the chiltons Saturn book available at auto zone and ect.
No such thing as a timing chain belt. It is either a belt or chain. Replace the belt according to the schedule in your owner's manual. If it breaks and your engine is an interference engine, you will 95% of the time have damage. You will know the extent of the damage when the engine is torn down. The 1992 SL2 has a timing chain. Mine has 240,000 miles on it and is still running fine.
Get a service manual. Removal of the timing chain cover and head is needed first.
One can change the fuel pump in a 1998 Saturn SL2 by taking it to a local Saturn dealership for the original fuel pump part from the Saturn manufacturer.