An oil leak there is probably a valve cover gasket leaking. it would not require head gasket replacment. Try tightning the bolts on the valve cover. If that does not work then replace the valve cover gasket.
Yes it could be the head gasket as there are oil passages in the head and i have heard that head gasket on saturns are prone to failure,look around the valve cover for sings of a leak hopfully that's all it is because replacing the head gasket is costly on th 1.9 sohc
there is no upper intake gasket, only a front and rear
There are many ways that you could change the front grill of a vehicle. You could replace it or decorate it.
No, the engine doesn't have to come out.
The vehicle speed sensor is between the transmission and the engine from the front of the the engine bay, there is also a vehicle wheel speed sensors in in each tire
The oil filter on a 2008 Saturn Astra is located in front of the engine. The oil filter can be found on the underside of the exhaust manifold towards the passenger side of the vehicle.
i think its located some where in the front of the vehicle usually by the bumper or by the radiator , caution not in the radiator but maybe attached to it .
there is no lower intake gasket, only a front and rear gasket
No. I had a Saturn of that year and the handbook warns against it. no front wheel drive vehicle should be flat towed (using a chain or strap). It will damage the transmission, much as towing an AWD or rear wheel drive vehicle without disconnecting the linkage. The best option if towing a front wheel drive vehicle is to use a car dolly, or call for a wrecker or rollback truck.
Take it to a transmission shop. Depending on what you mean by front gasket, it will probably involve removing the transmission. Again depending on what you mean, it is most likely an indicator of a bigger problem.
Need to know what year, make and model vehicle you have.
Where is it leaking from? Could be front or rear seal or coolant lines Did you change gasket when you changed fluid?
you could have a bad transmission pan gasket which is cheap and easy to fix yourself, or you need a new one. Besides the transmission pan gasket, there are other places the transmission could be leaking from: INPUT SHAFT: fluid would be coming out form the front of the tranny close to the engine. OUTPUT SHAFTS: fluid would be noticed directly below the driveshaft where it connects to the tranny or a rear-wheel-drive vehicle or the left and right axleshaft of front-wheel-drive vehicles. OTHER: tailhousing gasket, speedometer gear input seal, shifter housing seal/gasket, and any other mating surface which has a gasket or seal in it depending on particular vehicle.
2003 SATURN L 300 front axle torque spec
Repairing a car can be costly. The cost to repair a Front Valve cover Gasket can range from $15 to $150 or more.
We can not show you anything like that ,especially as you haven't told us what vehicle ! - Look up on Youtube with vehicle name and year.
Uranus is behind Saturn and Jupiter is in front.
Some vehicles use just a sealant gasket at the front and back of the pan and a gasket along the sides. If your vehicle calls for a gasket your are better off getting one because it is a pretty minor expense. The whole reason for the gasket is that the manufacturer expects some pan flexing as the engine warms up. So...If you don't plan to keep the car very long maybe you can get away with it for awhile but it's really not worth it. I'd recommend you get the correct gasket. Good luck.
It is very easy. The pump is located on the drivers side front of the engine. PROPERLY raise and support the vehicle on jack stands. From below the vehicle, first remove the two rubber lines that run to the gas tank, and the single steel line that goes to the carburetor. Then remove the two bolts that attach the fuel pump to the timing cover. Remove any old gasket left on the timing cover, bolt the new fuel pump and gasket on, then reattach the lines. Start vehicle, check for any fuel and oil leaks, correct if needed. Lower vehicle, you are done
Loosen front lug nuts, raise front of vehicle with a floor jack, place suitable jack stands under the lower control arms, lower vehicle down on to the jack stands, remove front wheels, unbolt front shocks then remove them. Reverse procedure to install new ones.
Yes, and it needs to be at the front of the vehicle. There is a recent court opinion that clarifies that the dashboard is not sufficient, but it has to be actually on the front of the vehicle, such as the bumper.
Side mirrors can be replaced by removing the trianguler plastic peace on the inside of the door in the front of the window and removing the three nuts.
You need to remove the Interior door panel. From there you can gain access to the speaker and replace it as needed.
there is a drain plug on the bottom of the trans will drain out about 4 quarts should change the trans filter located on the front of trans while your at it