The relay on 96-99 saturns are mounted to the horn.
A 93 Saturn does not have a stater relay.
The horn itself is faulty....remove it You will see rust around the base of the horn There is a green area with rivets in it these will be rustes causing the horn to be inop....That or the orange wire to the horn is poinched and broken about 4-6 inches from the horn connector
96 Saturn doesn't have a starter relay
In the first generation SC2 the horn is located in front of the radiator.
What year is this vehicle? The horns are pretty bad for corrosion due to moisture around 1996-1998. A lot of the time the horn shorts out and takes the horn fuse under the hood with it as well. You made a horn and a fuse. Check the connector to see if it is green from corrosion.
I've replaced mine twice now. The switch pads built into the steering wheel on my 97SC2 each have two small 'bubble' contacts (one at the top and one at the bottom of the switch). Pressing either switch will make the horn relay cycle and the horn blow. 97s are one of the years that have the relay integrated on the horn bracket (both located under the drivers side headlamp). If your model has a separate relay, it will be in the under-hood fuse block alongside the fuses. There is also a small chance that the 'clock spring' is bad. The clock spring is a set of wires that sit under the air bag on the steering wheel and carry the light switch, horn, etc wires (It's how the horn and switches can work while you are turning the steering wheel). Don 't forget to check wiring for chaffed wire or loose ground connection. Factory Switch runs $32, Horn (with relay) $50, clock spring $120 Good luck
Both, it must be grounded and must have power.
I just changed the relay on my 99 sc2. It is a standard shift and i found the relay by following the wires from the cluch pedal safety switch. But basically on the 99 it is up under the dash on the drivers side taped to the wire harness. It was covered in black electrical tape.
The blower resistor is under the dash pad on the top of the heater box
1993-2000 ide go with 1994-1999 somewhere in there would work nicest
Thre starter "relay " is the solenoid on the top of the starter. There is no relay in the fuse block for thwe starter i looked and cant find it there i called a parts store and they said the starter relay is differant than a soleoid The starter relay is under the dash pad just to the right of the instrument cluster. Its a 5pin relay mounted to the dashboard wireing harness
Under the hood behind the drivers side headlight. It is a box and the cover is taken off by removing the hand screw.
you dont fix the lighter. you fix your smoking problem. get those patches or the gum
I just found the relay on my 1999 sc2.I have a standard tranny and I followed the wires from the clutch safety switch. My relay was up under the dash on the drivers side taped with electrical tape to the harness. Hard to see get agood flashlight. Probably at the top of starter- follow the + battery cable should connect to starter solenoid (relay)
Yes i love sc2. sc2 is my favorite game of the year so far... lets see if i cant make it 2 favorite 2 year game of mine lol. but its really fun. if ur friend plays ask him/her 2 teach you before you buy it. if u dont like it dont buy it. but before buying i suggest u try it.
Everyone should have a manual, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for copies in the reference section...read up and fix 'em like the pro's...! :) Dave
If it is anything like my 96 SC2 i get about 35-40 highway mpg.
On my 97 SC1, the vent is a tube between battery and firewall. Not sure if the same on the SC2.
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I just installed a new CD player into my 97 Saturn SL 1 using this, it should work for your 1994 SC2 because its for 90's and above. http://www.installdr.com/Harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf
is if the bumper or the bumper skin (cover) the bumper will fit the skin wont due to slightly different shaped headlights BUT its just a tiny bit of cutting to get it to work
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.
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.