The Saturn L series transaxle is in front of the driver, connected to the engine.
were is a ALTERNATOR
There is no mass air flow sensor on the Saturn S-series.
If you are talking about the engine pcm, is located on top of the engine on the driver side.
Check the neutral safety switch. If you try moving the shifter while you're holding the key in the start position you MIGHT get a little pop from the starter. If that happens your neutral safety switch might be either misaligned or just plain faulty. Other possibilities might be: bad starter, bad keyswitch, faulty connection...
The Saturn L series didn't come out until 2000. Before then Saturn only made the S series. I just thought I would add something regarding a 1997 s-series. They did have a recall on the fuel pump/filter (the one that is located in the gas tank) I was sent a letter regarding the recall and then I just had to take it in for a service at Saturn for the free replacement on the recall.
You fill it though the resivoir cap
On the undwerside of the dash attached to the brake pedal.
Saturn S-Series was created in 1991.
Saturn L-Series was created in 2000.
Right next to the windshield washer reservoir.
The fuel pump on your Saturn SW series is located in the fuel tank, you must remove the fuel tank in order to access the fuel pump.
The Saturn S series is an old automobile. Commercials for them were first broadcast in 1992. The line was discontinued in 2003 and replaced by the Saturn Ion.
There is no block heater on the s-series That is not right there was an option on the s series but like i said it was an option so.
I have a 2002 L200 and the fuse box is located under the hood on the driver side.
Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
For safety it removes all power from the socket. if the switch was in series with the neutral wire the socket would still have power on it with the switch off and dangerous shocks would e possible!
The PCV is located on the valve cover. Its the one thing on a s-series that should rattle :) -RC-
For the Satur S-Series there is no camshaft position sensor. They never installed it in that model
The S series Saturn does not use a timing belt; all four cylinder Saturn's use a timing chain.
it is located on the passenger side just behind the front fascia. You have to jack the car up to get to it.
The SC2 is an 'S' series Saturn, and all 4 cylinder engines of the S series Saturn's used a timing CHAIN rather than a timing belt.
When you open the hood, it is towards the rear of the engine bay located between the wipes. It has a vent look and can be "popped" open with a flat head screw driver. I recently changed mine on a 2000 Saturn L Series, and that's the only place I found. .
In my L Series Saturn, the fuses are under the hood for some things and on the wall near the floor pedals. My car has a diagram and explains which fuses are for what on the top of the cover panel of the fuse box locations.
Check saturnfans.com forums under the SL or post the question.