I have an SL2 and the it is part of the valve cover. Small 1/2" hose comes from air box and goes to it on the valve cover. If you purchased your new one it might also help you locating it.
It is located on the valve cover next to the oil cap just pull it out with some moderate force and pull the hose off by twisting it.
You replace the valve seals on a 1996 Saturn SL1 by removing all of the hardware to get to the valves, unseating them, cleaning them, and sliding the new valve gaskets on. In order to do this you should consider getting a good Chiltons or other repair manual for your make, model, year, and engine.
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How can I replace the headlamp on a 2000 Saturn SL1
The Saturn EGR valve is attached to the head, directly above the transmission bell housing.
The EGR valve is located on the drivers side of the head, just above the transmission bell housing. Remove the electrical and vacuum connections, then remove the two bolts that hold the EGR valve to the head. Use a NEW gasket when replacing the EGR valve.
lease gas cap on 2000 sl1
It is just to the right attached to the head.
What are the torque specifications and the tightening sequence of the cylinder head bolts on a 1996 Saturn SL1?
Ok, the fuel pump is mounted in the fuel tank.
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The idle is controls ONLY by the PCM. Replace your ECTS along with cleaning the Idle Air Control valve located on the throttle body.
6.5"-6 3/4" Speakers
Check your belt. That's most likely where its coming from
Yes it will.
Top right side of engine as you stand in front of the car
Need instructions on how to replace a manual window regulator on drivers side on 1995 saturn
The module is in the dist. Simply remove and reinstall it.
this site has pics alsohttp://www.autozone.com/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/19/a5/ca/0900823d8019a5ca/repairInfoPages.htm
It's like repairing any other vehicle; you must first figure out what's wrong, find out which component has failed and either repair or replace it.
Valve guides or seals could be worn allowing oil to build up and be sucked in to combustion chamber
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