the spark plugs are located down the center of the engine. down the center of the engine running from left to right, you will see 4 large wires with round rubber boots. grab the boot as far down as you can get your fingers and pull strait up. you dont ever want to pull on the wire itself, as you can break it. once the boot is out of the motor, use a 5/8 spark plug socket with a 9" extention and lower it down into the hole. the spark plugs are down thoes holes.
The sticker under the hood may state .060", but the correct gap is .040". Use NGK V-Power plugs...they work the best.
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Refer to a service manual for complete pictures and torque specs. Overtighting the plugs can lead to a damaged engine
Check the 97 Saturn for fire at the spark plugs, and proper fuel pressure. One of these two are probably the cause of the vehicle not starting.
This is a HIGHLY debated topic. Many suggest .040. Personally i suggest .035 so that there is less of a chance of pinging.
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
Im having the same problem on my 1995 Saturn SC2 DOHC The two middle plugs have no fire changed the coil still nothing Hope someone can answer this Im having the same problem on my 1995 Saturn SC2 DOHC The two middle plugs have no fire changed the coil still nothing Hope someone can answer this
Listed on the driver's door post.
Rotate the drivebelt tensioner to release the tension on the belt and remove.
Yes, all of the Saturn's were equipped with Electronic Fuel Injection.
A camshaft position sensor does not exist on a 1.9L Saturn of any kind. It is simply a code the ECU whips up when there is a problem somewhere in the ignition. Could be anything from spark plugs to where it all begins. I would start by checking your spark plugs, then wires, then coils, then the module the coils sit on, and any connections in between. Should find the problem, but sometimes it can be more complicated.
SC2 had a larger rocker cover and says DOHC on it. Look at the front of the car, if it has pop-up headlights it is an SC2. If the front of the car looks like the SL front clip than it is an SC1 for 1991-5. the only real difference is on the SC1 the engine says SOHC (single overhead cam) on the SC2 the engine says DOHC (dual overhead cam) its right on the top next to the spark plugs in bog friendly bold letters =]
there are two follow the spark plug wires down they are mounted on or near the tranny
The blower resistor is under the dash pad on the top of the heater box
dexron6 are type transmission oil for Saturn 2001 serial sc2
Yes. All Seats from Saturn S-series cars are compatible from 91-02, except for the back seats. For example: You cannot use an SC1 back seat in an SC2.
The Saturn SC2 automobile was a part of the Saturn S series automobiles that was around from 1990 up until 2002. The SC2 looked similar to a Nissan 240 SX and the model was manufactured around 1994-1995.
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i have a 1997 Saturn sc2 410xxx miles my friend is at 560xxx on his sl1 if you treat a Saturn well it will last a lifetime if you don't you will cry
to remove the spark plug on a 1997 Saturn SC2 Coupe go to the Part store get your new spark plugs first, that way you can make sure you have the correct size wrench to turn them out. pull your wire, (one at a time not all at once) they go deeper into the valve cover than a normal spark plug does. The plugs are no different than any other plug. Pull one at a time, I like to replace the wire along with the plug at the same time. Make sure you have an extension on your ratchet so it will reach far enough in the valve cover. (remember the valve cover does not get removed to remove the spark plugs) To put the plugs back in I like to use a piece of vacume tubing, on the top of the plug so that you don't cross thread the whole, with the wrench. the vacume tubing wont let you put that much torque on the plug. If you use the Dual Spark by Bosch you don't have to set the gap on the plugs either and they don't burn hot enough to hurt your engine. Replace one at a time and take your time. There are only 4.
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A 93 Saturn does not have a stater relay.
no.... The Saturn Sc2 (in all years of production) has a timing chain......much better in my opinion.