th the back seats up and locked do the following;
1z0 reach your fingers back behind the cushion where the back of the seat meets the bottom on one side or the other, it doesnt matter. pull it up till it feels like its bending. it will stay in place.
2) repeat the same procedure on the other side then stop do the other side. only till it bends. stop. the middle section between the 2 seat belts is still flat and appears to be in place.
3)now pull up the middle section grasping the outer most parts of the center cushion firmly. you will hear the rear mounts pop loose and the seat will rise immediately. dont pull it up more than a few inches. let it rest slightly elevated. stop
4)now move the front seats as far forward as possible, youll need all the room. kneeling in front of each corner, slide your fingers in under the seat as far as you can and still get a grip, and pull upward, fast and HARD. it will pop up quick, just like the rear outside ends did. do the same anon the other end and gusto its ready to pull out. pull forward and lift up at the same time. it is now out. it looks and seems like you are bending thee seat and doing damage. but there is no frame in the lower cushion at all. it weighs about fifteen pounds and straightens right out when you lay it down on the floor.
5) reverse to install. you will feel it pop back in as you push down at each point you pull at earlier. total time 1rst attempt 8 minutes. second ttime 45 seconds (out and back
look at the mounting point before you reinstall and you will see clearly how it works.
good luck and pull hard!
The Saturn S-series (SL1, SL2, SC1, SC2, SW1, SW2) were not designed with cabin air filters, thus do not have them. There is no cabin air filter to replace.
time for some maintenance item check your owners manual
It does absolutely NO good to turn off the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) as long as there is a malfunction somewhere in the control system.
To turn off the MIL, put a jumper wire across pins 1 and 2 of the diagnostic port, then turn on the key (don't start the engine).
With the jumper in place, the computer should start flashing the code MIL to indicate the problem.
First the computer will flash once (1), then twice (2), indicating code 12. Code 12 means that the computer will display any stored codes.
The computer will flash 12 three times, then it will go on to display any other stored codes (again, flashing the code three times), pausing between each different code.
After the computer has displayed all stored codes, it will start over and flash 12.
Write down the stored code numbers and either look them up or take them to an auto parts retailer (such as OReilly, or Auto Zone) and if they have a knowledgeable parts clerk, you should be able to figure out what's causing the MIL to be on. Once the faulty part has been replaced, the light should go out.
Other than that, the computer will continue to turn on the MIL as long as there is an engine malfunction.
1st stage developed 7,648,000 pounds force, 2nd stage developed 1,000,000 pounds force, 3rd stage developed 225,000 pounds force.
low coolent/anti-freeze, check the tank and make sure it is full, if not, fill it to the full line.
if the light doesn't go away, i would take it some place and see if the thermostat is working correctly.
if it's like my 2002 it has a service engine code light on with a speed sensor code.it doesn't have a speed sensor, it means you need to check plugs/wires/or the electronic assy.itself.my problem was the plugs.
When adding fluids to the car it is important to add the right type of fluids. A 2002 Saturn sc2 uses Dexron-III/Mercon transmission fluid.
If it is a Saturn it will probably have R 134a in the AC system. Don't listen to these scam artists about taking your car to an AC specialist and let them shake you down for a couple of thousand bucks...Most likely all you need to do is stop by one of the better car parts stores and pick up a refill can.Advance Auto parts has a good one for about $30. It has an 18 oz.can of refrigerent(r134a) with a gauge on top and the supply hose already attached. Just read the directions on the can thoroughly before getting started.I have owned my 1995 SL-! and today was the first time in 15 years I had to do anything to the AC.When the LO side line pressure gets a little below 45 psi...It will not engage the compressr clutch and the radiator fan will not run.
I parked my car with the brake set and had it in PARK. I let it run for about 5 min. and then hooked up the can's supply hose to the low pressure line.The hose fittings will only fit that one oriface. The time I spent letting the car warm up I shook the refrigerant can as the instrustions reccomended. I put the hose on the LO pressure line and immediately got a reading of about 35 lbs. I pushed the fill button and watched as the refigerant and oil began to flow.In only a little bit of time...maybe a minute the AC clutch engaged and the radiator fan began running. I watched and filled the system according to the area outlined on the gauge...IT WAS ABOVE 45 LBS!!! I did not worry about that because I knew the system would not run at a little below 45 psi. I disconnected the hose and drove off down the road as my AC began to chill the inside of my car down. These touch up cans today not only have rhe refrigerant in them,but contain compressor oil and a rust inhibator as well as compounds that make your AC run very cool almost ice cold. The refrigerant gas does not go bad under pressure. These shysters in the AC shops will say anything to get you in so they can jam a screwdriver in a heat exchanger or bleed a few lbs. of gas off and tell you your system is very low whilst selling you your own refrigerant back. I take them with a grain of salt. I watched an expo on 60 minutes once where 3 AC techs came back to back and told the owners their system was low. They put so much freon in it that it blew up....hehehe Good Luck.
Usually on top of the drier - if not then follow the line that connects to the drier
You can use a scanner or try dkisconnecting the battery for 15 min or so.
to reprogram it you must send it in to the dealer or NAPA will also do it
All OBDII vehicles ( any vehicle mid year 1995 and newer) require a OBDII scan tool in order to reset the vehicle's check engine light. Disconnecting the battery no longer is a functional repair for resetting the check engine light as the computer stores the information in the prom now, rather than in the RAM.
It won't turn because it is screwed up or the wrong key.
The 2002 Saturn SL1 can hold up to 12.1 gallons (US) or 45.8 L (metric).
Anti-freeze that is compatible with aluminium engines.
depending on condition make and model the price may vary but the "blue book value" if you will consists of these. the cars come with various extra features but this is a basic list of prices.2007-2008 Saturn Aura
Look under the hood. Behind the battery is a black box with a cover on it. Remove the cover and there you have it. This is where you will find a Red Switch for when you change your oil. Hold the switch on for 10 seconds while the key is in the ignition (car cannot be running).
You will also find fuses inside the car to the left of the drivers side. Use a rather large flat screwdriver to pry open the plastic cover near your left foot on the left of the drivers side. They suggest a quarter will open it - ya - some engineers dream - no way. It's a PAIN to get to, but not impossible. More are on the passenger side in the same position.
First, just turn off the radio. There should be 2 very small raised letters beside the scan button. Push the scan button up to change the hour and push it down to change the minutes. Whatever time you set while the radio is off will be saved when you turn it back on.
Someone who owns a Saturn SUV should take their vehicle when it is need of repairing to either a dealership which sells Saturn vehicles and has a repair garage. Also one could take it to a mechanic that knows how to work on Saturn vehicles and is able to tell the owner what repairs need to be fixed and knows how to fix the repairs as well.
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PO125 means insufficient coolant temp for closed loop fuel control. Test the temperature sensor and replace the thermostat. 7 year old car so it is time for a complete service of the cooling system. Drain, flush, replace thermostat, pour in a 50/50 mix of the correct antifreeze and distilled water, & bleed air from system.
It's a 20 amp fuse located on the center panel on the left side of the passenger seat. The panel cover is stamped on the inside.