Whether or not they care to admit it, Saturn is part of the GM family and is subject to many of the same genetic defects. Mid-90s was a time of cost cutting and scrimping, which resulted in a recall of several GM models for a defective wiper motor control board. You may be one of the lucky ones who can pursue the recall and get a dealer to replace the board. If not and you don't want to shell out $75 for a replacement, plus labor- and you're an adventurous sort- you might try what I did on my '97 Blazer: - Unhook the cable yoke running across the face of the driver side wiper motor. (Gives you more room). - On the front of the driver side wiper motor, there is a small access plate, held in place by three easy-to-lose screws. Remove them. -Gently pry the plate away from the rest of the housing and carefully disconnect a strip connector from the socket. You should now have a small circuit board with a 3 inch yoke of wires and a strip socket. - Examine every solder joint on the board for bad connections and circuit runs on the board for scorch marks or burn-throughs. - If you can't solder, find someone who can. Reheat every solder connection you can find on the board(using heat sinks where necessary) and make sure you have electrically sound connections everywhere. If there are scorched or missing circuit runs, replace them with jumper wires. - Wipe away the excess grease and gunk dripping down from the wiper motor. - Carefully reconnect the strip connector to the socket and re-mount the circuit board. Make sure you have a water-proof seal around the seams of the plate after you put the screws back in- maybe rubber cement or something. - Reconnect the yoke you unhooked to get at the access plate. If you did it right, the wipers should function normally. If not, you probably need a new circuit board.
I have a 95 saturn and it cost an average of 300 dollars to get the windshield replaced.
Normally its a fuse. Check your owner's manual to find where the fuses are and which one is related to the wipers.
A bad throttle position sensor, on your 1991 Saturn, will cause the engine to run rough when it is idling. The engine will run normally at higher speeds.
the module is bad on the wipper motor you might have to get the whole moter assy.
technically, Saturn normally is not very atmospheric heated but the temperature of Saturn is normally 70 degrees Celsius and the lowest ever was 250 degrees Celsius
The 2003 Saturn L200 does not have a camshaft position sensor.
get a wiper
about two fiddy
My answer would be to take it to a professional. Contact your insurance carrier. If you have Comprehensive coverage, the windshield will more than likely be replaced at no cost to you. Replacing a windshield is not a DIY job.
Saturn is the sixth planet from the sun.
Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun
IIRC its in the underhood fuse box
It is connected to the washer tank.
Saturn is the sixth planet of the Solar System.
Saturn is the 6th planet from the sun.
If the windshield wipers are beyond repair, they may be replaced. If they are only slightly damaged, they can be fixed such as gluing the rubber attachment.
Sixth from the Sun.
The 1991 Saturn throttle position sensor can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The throttle position sensor will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
If you are like the rest of us and have broken plastic mounts, see "How you do you repair the windshield wiper assembly in a 2003 Saturn Ion?"
The axis tilts at an angle of about 27 degrees from the perpendicular position.
Why would you want a used windshield? Broken windshields are covered by your auto insurance. Even if it is not covered, a used windshield is a bad choice. You may break it installing it as installing a windshield on a modern car requires the proper tools and skill. Have one installed by a professional.
IIRC inside the cabin behind the passenger kick panel
Right next to the windshield washer reservoir.
saturn is not just one direction it is many from the sun because the universe rotates
The 1998 Saturn SL2 will show a code 340 and 341 for a camshaft position sensor because this part is also considered the crankshaft position sensor on the Saturn. The location of the crankshaft position sensor is behind the alternator on a 1998 Saturn SL2. Both crankshaft and camshaft are the same thing This vehicle is not equipped with a camshaft position sensor. Saturn is the only manufacture that uses a auto pulse generated inside the ignition control module in conjunction with the pulse received from the crankshaft position sensor to determine ignition and injection timing. If you have a code for camshaft position sensor the issue is with the pulse generator in the ignition control module.