Filter is located in the rear of the vehicle under car on the drivers side,
Look under the rear seat. You should find the pump as well as the fuel filter.
I don't know were it is located, but I do know there are 2 of them. An up stream & a down stream. I need to know were both of them are located,for I have a 99 Saturn SL2 DOHC
According to the 2001 Ford Taurus Owner Guide : With engine oil filter change : The 3.0 liter DOHC , " Duratec " V6 engine uses the ( Motorcraft FL-820-S ) engine oil filter with ( 5.2 liters / 5.5 U.S. quarts of 5W-20 )
If it is the one with 2.0 DOHC 4 cyl, the fuel filter is located on the upper right side of the air filter box and all it requires is either a screwdriver or small ratchet with sockets.
I have a 99 Saturn SL2. Believe it or not, the FUEL FILTER (YES, THE FUEL FILTER) HAS the pressure regulator built inside the filter. That's why the filter costs FORTY DOLLARS at Checker Auto. (Auto Zone wanted $67) I'm getting it replaced tomorrow...Feb 19,2008. The filter on my car is located in the rear underside of the vehicle in front of the gas tank.....left (driver's) side....rear of the car. > > This is true for 98 and later, but prior to 98 the fuel pressure regulator is on the fuel rail, the hiding behind the bracket for the throttle body cabling.
It is located underneath the throttle body.
yes, all the Saturn DOHC motors are interference engines.
It is located between the 2nd & 3rd plug wire on the intake manifold
The intake air temp sensor is located on the cover over the air filter.
a 1999 has a 1.9l Dohc
is it DOHC or SOHC 2 overhead cams or 1 if they are the same DOHC or SOHC then yes most years will fit and 99 and 98 will absolutely fit
You would have to change the computer wiring harness etc
nothing. only if it is a dohc or a sohc.
4.25qts for the 2.4L DOHC 4 cyl engine 4.5qts for the 3.1L OHV 6 cyl engine
When looking at the engine follow the hose off the left side of the rad. At the end of the hose is the t-stat housing......
The DOHC SL2 has a timing chain.
Which motor do you have SOHC or DOHC?
For DOHC engines its located under the sparks plugs cover near the camshaft firstname.lastname@example.org