It's fairly easy to replace. You will be working underneath the car behind the engine. Disconnect the battery. Jack up the car or put on ramps. The starter is on the lower edge of the back side of the engine. You will need to work around the front stabalizer and the rack and pinion assembly but it's manageable. I recommend removing the wires from the starter once it's unbolted. Just don't let it drop with the wires connected as you may damage the plugs or the wires themselves. Might take you 30-45 min. to replace.
2001 sl2. 119 exchanged NAPA auto parts
How do I replace the water pump in my 1994 Saturn SL2 series standard twin cam.
Rear of the engine next to the firewall
Yes, there is an alternator fuse for a 1992 Saturn SL2. It is easy to replace and is found in the fuse box of this car.
I am prettysure you can change the motor as long as the body structure is the same and you have skill in this sort of thing.
starter is located on the firewall side of the engine. Access is easiest from underneath the car
The wire from the battery to the starter does not include a fuse.
1993 Saturn sl2
As with almost ALL modern vehicles, the starter relay/solenoid is attached to and an integral part of the starter MOTOR.
Depending on where a person lives and where they have the repair done, the labor for replacing the starter on a 2000 Saturn SL2 will cost between $186 and $238. The cost for the parts will be $149 to $261 plus tax.
There is not any adjustments to be made on alternators.
The 4 cylinder Saturn's all had timing chains.
The starter is right in front on the SL2.
120 new, probly less now
On the engine block, directly in front of the driver. You need to get to it from underneath.
The crank sensor is behind the starter. Remover the starter at the back of the engine and you will see the sensor
Its a huge possibility your starter is out.
Anything made after 1994 uses 134A.
firewall side of motor above starter 10mm bolt
do a 99 Saturn sl2 have a transmission pan gasket
Most likely the selonoid on the starter motor needs replacing
I changed out mine because it finally failed after about 190,000 miles I have a 1992 sl2,It was very easy to do, 2 bolts to remove,and a couple holding the wiring .pfs
on the back of the engine . above the starter 10 mm bolt holds it in.