I have experienced this problem before. There is a good chance there is a Body or powertrain code stored in the computer to indicate a problem in the cluster, body control module, wiring, or combination of those. The only way to know is to get that code read.
after experiencing the same problem with the fuel gage, temp gage and service light, we kept using the Saturn only to have the car not go out of park, and the door lock malfunction.Took it to Saturn dealer and diagnosed it as having the body control module replaced. to the tune of over $400.you cannot do this yourself as the module needs to be programed after installation with a special machine.
Try searching for 96 Saturn sl1. The photos should have some dash shots and show the gauge. You can also check a service manual for the picture.
Depends on the size of the service. 100 amp service will require 3 gauge, 150 amp service will require 1/0 gauge, and 200 amp service will require 3/0 gauge.
the fuel guage in my 1993 Saturn goes wiggling back and forth. how do i fix this problem?
Means you are over heating.
Usually the gauge in on the dashboard with all the other gauges. That way you can read it while driving.
at the beginning it will be cold, but it will warm up as you start driving
Why are you asking a question about an automobile in a FIREARMS forum?
Inside pasenger side by left foot
you should not be driving
fuel gage sender unit is faulty
There is no fuel gauge on this motorcycle. You have to estimate fuel usage from driving or open the fuel tank to see how much is in it.
while driving the rpm gauge work perfect, when start accelerating the rpm can not exceed 3 with interruption in the engine
At the service entrance you will need AWG 1/0 gauge.
Well I've found out on my own that they are purchased through Saturn dealerships parts department. They are the red fitting bulbs and they are $1.49 each. Thanks.
You can not fix the odometer on the early Saturns. You must replace the whole instrument panel.
12 in the tank, 10 gallons full to empty on the gauge
Absolutely yes, it was only light gauge aluminum alloy.
O Gauge provides items that are related to toy trains and railroading. An actual O Gauge is used as a scale for these types of activities. The company will ship to its customers.
Try to find a fuel pressure gauge. The fuel pump sounds suspicious from your description.
You can get a manual at Browning.com in the customer service section.
The stock oil pressure sensor on a 97 Saturn can be replaced with an oil pressure gauge for poundage info by first unscrewing the existing sensor. The new sensor can then be screwed into place and wiring ran to a suitable pressure gauge.