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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
did you flood if so change iol and filter remove plugs put some oil in each cylinder then turn over about 12 times put new plugs in and should fire
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
yes, that is what a large srew driver is for, hehe.
However you will need to pull the stering wheel
and remove the internal blinker assembly and remove a bolt holding it in place, if you need to move the tumbler use a srew driver and force it around. This
should be done by a good mechanic, even we have a fun time...If it is design like I think
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
SOURCE: 2001 saturn sl2 won't start
Hard call without inspecting it but it could possibly be a fuseable link. I am not familiar with newer models but sounds like a connection issue. If it has fuseable links then one could be bad. Had the exact same problem and I spent $350 on parts and a days labor until I found the link. 20 min later and $5 I fixed it. i was really frustrated but when another vehicle did it, I fixed it quick
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
Have you checked the starter solenoid. Your battery + cable connects to this then + cable runs from it to your starter. You also have an ignition switch wire connected to this. Just follow your cable from the battery and it will lead you right to the part. Some times these will break inside or the contacts go bad inside and therefore you will not get power to start the engine, but you will have power to turn on lights or whatever other accessories.The part is about $15
Posted on May 11, 2010
Your coolant has either gone to the outside of the engine via broken hose, radiator leak, heater core leak, or head gaskt to outside. OR it leaked into your engine via head gasket leak to one or more of your cylinders. If this is the case, then you might notice water issuing from your tail pie (after you put water back in it of course)
Posted on Dec 16, 2010
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