It could be a number of things wrong with it. The problem you are having sounds similar to what my car was doing. There is an idle air control valve located on your throttle body which can collect carbon deposits. It may be helpful to take it off and spray it with carb cleaner. The EGR valve (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) was getting stuck on my car because of carbon deposits. I took it off and let it soak overnight in carb cleaner. It won't hurt to try cleaning those two parts. If that doesn't work, you can buy a GM code reader to read your computer and it will tell you what is wrong with it. (I bought one off of eBay for $25 after shipping) Also, I would recommend buying a repair manual from an auto parts store. It is pretty good about giving you step by step instructions on how to repair your car. I hope this helps.
Yes it sometimes is.
No, they stopped making saturns in 2009 I believe.
It is hard to say that Saturn has much in the way of geology, active or otherwise. It is a gas planet with no solid surface.
port # 20
behind the center console, where you see the heater controls
Saturn stopped producing cars on October , 2009. This discontinuation was a result of Penske ending talks with the manufacturer.
Jupitar and sometimes Saturn
Sometimes we are unable to say "why" things are as they are. Jupiter is what it is. Saturn is what it is. Sometimes "why" isn't a meaningful question when it comes to physical facts.
yes. gm has stopped making sturn vehticles.
Does a 94 Saturn have a fuse on the cigarette lighter. Mine stopped working. Where is this fuse? There is no direction on where to find a fuse if in fact there is a fuse.
After a successful run the production of Saturn cars was stopped in 2009 after a much sought after deal between GM and Penske Automotive group fell through.
The gas giant Saturn is located in the solar system orbiting the star Sol, sometimes referred to as the "Terran System."
The fuse that controls the cigarette lighter on a 2004 Saturn Ion is a 20 Amp. fuse located in the bottom right corner of the fuse box. The fuse box is located just to the left of the steering wheel in the dashboard under the instrument panel.
It is yellowish ta because it has diffrent colored gasses. If you look on the internet, sometimes you can find pics of Saturn that are colorful.
The idle air control valve on a Saturn SC1 is found on the intake manifold. This valve controls how much air enters and engine and allows how high the motor can idle.
Saturn is visible in the sky about every 10 months. Looking like a big gold star in the sky. Sometimes there is an exception when the sun is too bright and Saturn is blocked out.
The planet Saturn was actually named after a Titan (sometimes referred to as a god). His domain was agriculture, and his Greek equivalent was considered to be Cronus.
Saturn creates some of its own heat sometimes.
Sometimes the four of them are called the Jovian planets.
The firing order for the Saturn in-line 4 cylinder engine is: 1-3-4-2 Connect the plug wires to the coil pack (on the front surface of the engine block) in the following order (left to right) 4-1-3-2. The Saturn has 2 coils, one coil controls cylinders 1 and 4. The other coil controls cylinders 3 and 2.
saturn and mars can sometimes be visible
There was once a greek god called Saturn or otherwise known as Cronus.This cronus had a suckle in his arm and wasn't a hero.He ate every baby his wife had except for Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto. His mother tricked him by putting a stone and then Cronus was overpowered. .
Because GM needed to consolidate and nobody wanted to purchase the Saturn brand, so they simply stopped making them.
No. A moon cannot belong to two different planets. Triton is the largest moon of Neptune. It is sometimes confused with Titan, the largest moon of Saturn.