what the torque spec for the cylinder head on a 2003 saturn L300
On a 2008 Saturn Vue , you don't mention the engine size , but the 2.4 liter four cylinder uses a timing CHAIN ( also the V6 )
What are the torque specifications and the tightening sequence of the cylinder head bolts on a 1996 Saturn SL1?
What kind of cylinder?
The 6 cylinder Saturns were equipped with the "Ecotec" engine, which used a timing belt. Timing belts fail over time, and Saturn recommends that the belt be replaced every 100,000 miles. The 4 cylinder Saturns all used timing chains. With recommended service and normal use, the timing chain should not fail. It is recommended that you replace the timing chain and sprockets whenever the engine is rebuilt, but otherwise, the timing chain is considered to be quite reliable.
( no ) The 1.9 liter four cylinder engine in a 1999 Saturn S series has a timing CHAIN
underneath the master cylinder for the brakes in the engine bay.
2005 6 cylinder where is the thermostat located?
where is the slave cylinder located on a 2004 satern vue
There are no Saturn car dealerships in Canada. Roger Penske, the owner of Saturn, and GM decided in September 2009 to close all Saturn dealerships in Canada.
The 4 cylinder Saturn's all had timing chains.
How do you install 2002 saturn sl2 4 cyl
Switch or cylinder?
The Saturn Car company is now defunct. There is no main office for Saturn Car parts. If one is looking to purchase a part for a Saturn car, they should begin by looking at the local auto parts store.
All of the Saturn 4 cylinder engines used a timing chain. The V6 Saturn's used a timing belt.
All of the 4 cylinder Saturn's used a timing chain. All of the V6 Saturn's used a timing belt.
Saturn is a gas planet. I really don't think saturn can change for people because it is in it's own world.
i am looking were the cooled start sensor is on a 94 Saturn is at
To answer this question we need to know from where on Earth you will be looking for Saturn.
The S series Saturn does not use a timing belt; all four cylinder Saturn's use a timing chain.
A 4-cylinder Saturn engine will typically last between 200,000 and 300,000 miles with proper maintenance. It can be further extended through a major overhaul.
In Roman mythology, (greek mythology with the names changed) Saturn is Father Time, aka Chronos. (chronology) In Roman mythology, (greek mythology with the names changed) Saturn is Father Time, aka Chronos. (chronology)
All of the 4 cylinder Saturn vehicles used a timing chain. Only the V6 Saturn's used a timing belt.
If it has a 4 cylinder engine, there isn't one. If it's a 6 cylinder, I'm not certain.