The starter on a 2000 Saturn SL is located on the bottom, left side of the engine. It is powered directly by the vehicle's battery.
Next to the starter.
98.00 you can go to a site called primechoiceautoparts.com and find them for $61 New! and $7 shipping or taxes come to $68. something.
On the firewall side of the engine above the starter
The starter is located on the back of the enginen under the intake manifold Follow the red canle from the battery It ends at the starter
Please visit my BIO page for a link to my Saturn help site. under the link at the bottom that says "Starter" you will find a visual reference to the location of the starter and as to what it looks like.
Under the air box on the back of the intake manifold
no the firewall side of the engine under the intake runners. best access is from below
ignition switch saturn sl 1999
It is between the alternator and starter, on the firewall side of the engine, nearer to the passenger side of the car.
No. The second generation cradle design was introduced first on 1995 SL series. 1994 was the older first generation design.....very different.
well that all depends are you stupid or not hmmm well in this case i think you are coz if its the same car just uppgradded of course it will ( well i no nothing bout cars, your probably not even talking about cars) lol i dnt even no what a Saturn SL or what Eva lol cya. one last thing
The average cost of repairing a clutch on a 1999 Saturn SL is anywhere between $400 to $3000. The Saturn SL was produced from 1990 to 2002.
MY 2000 saturn is a standerd and I get an av of 38mpg
How do you remove a starter on a 2002 Saturn Vue?
are you sure the pioneer isn't after market? if it is here is the Saturn sl wiring diagram
how do you bleed a cluch on a 92 Saturn sl
I'm guessing you are asking about the Saturn SL, since Saturn doesn't make an LS.The fuel tank on a 1995 Saturn SL holds approximately 12.8 gallons.
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
There is none.