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Why would your 1993 Saturn die when you try to take off from a dead stop and will not idle at all?


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2005-03-24 00:39:15
2005-03-24 00:39:15

I had this problem in my 1993 Saturn SL2. It is probably the fuel injectors. No matter how many cleaners you run through it, you need to take in and get the injectors flushed out. Probably about $70. My car went from dieing about 10 times a trip, to none.

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The idle is controls ONLY by the PCM. Replace your ECTS along with cleaning the Idle Air Control valve located on the throttle body.

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Could be throttle plate stuck open Try to free it with screwdriver with engine off

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Posssibly the idle is too high. TAke the idle solonoid off of the throtle body and clean it.

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Idle is computer controlled by the pcm (computer)-not adjustable.

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Most cars typically idle between 400 to 1000 rpm


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