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have someone check your charging system

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Jan 26, 2016


If I read your post right, you are over on Hc and that is all? Check the air filter, check the injectors. You are either not getting enough air or are getting too much fuel.

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Apr 03, 2014


If you know for a fact the cooling fan is why the engine overheats, you would test the relay and the signal from the computer.
The relay gets power from the battery circuit and the key switch, and a ground signal from the computer when the fan is needed.
The engine temp sensor tells the computer how hot the engine is, and when it reaches 220 degrees the computer grounds the relay providing power to the fan motor.
You would need a meter or a test light and the wiring diagram for the circuit to find the problem.

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Aug 22, 2013


Who care about the Service soon light,since you stated you are a 1993 you are OBD 1,this is not a bad thing but if you pulled a code it would probable read 02 lean bank 1, The real problem is the whole transmission,Wont rev higher in other word its slipping,need to rev higher just to start moving ,well its slipping the solution is a rebuilt transmission,or a better car.

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Nov 23, 2012


on the S and L series saturns the parking brake release is the button on the end of the handle. if the button is gone you will need to buy a replacement handle and have it installed. there are plenty for sale on eBay. anything up to a 95 should work on a 93. yours is an S series as that is all they made until 2000.

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Jun 13, 2011


check your clutch fluid .its on drivers side under hood, on the fire wall . It takes brake fluid. If it is vary low or nothing at all , you may have to bleed the system .

















1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Jun 13, 2011


When you changed the ECTS the coolant level went down and the float for the coolant level stuck down. Look in the tank and you will see what I am talking about. There is 2 sensors on that car one is for the Gage and one is for the ECM. I usually change both so we know everything is good. I hope this helped. Have a nice day :-)

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on May 09, 2011


Clutches can be a swine to bleed. The best way is to do it reversed. You need an irrigation syringe from a pharmacy and a bit of hose that will fit over the open bleeder on the clutch cylinder and the end of the syringe. Then you inject the fluid while someone else tells you to stop when the fluid level gets to the proper height in the reservoir up top. Close the bleeder and you're done. If you cannor organize these things, open the bleeder and put your finger over it with light pressure. Have someone pump the clutch pedal and hopefully you will feel a little pressure that you can let escape with every push. Some cars require several hundred strokes, I once counted 700 on a Saab. So the syringe thing is worth the trouble. If you do it the finger method, don't let the reservoir run out!

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Mar 13, 2011


under the bonnet should be a knock sensor switch for the fuel and it will about a inch square with a red rubber top to it ,push this down and it will reset it for you

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


Blowen head gasket

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Feb 10, 2011


You have either a thermostat that is stuck or possibly a water pump that is not working properly. you can learn more about heating troubles by looking at my tips on my profile page. Check thermostat first.

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Feb 06, 2011


You either have a bad thermostatic sensor for your off/ on switch, or bad connection between it & the fans.

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Jan 27, 2011


If you don't already have a new battery...your best option is to price one at your local auto parts store...most of the national parts stores...ie AutoZone will install your new battery for free...:) You need to first disconnect both of the battery` cables...these bolts are 5/16 inch socket size...there are battery bolt terminal wrenches available for about $4...then you can safely inspect the hold down cage...(yes needs to be removed) and the actual battery hold down bolt located at the bottom of the terminal side of your battery...this bolt is usually 13mm...a deep well socket or 12 inch extention can make this bolt removal easier...be sure not to store your new battery on the ground...(cement) this can affect the life of the battery...Hope this helps...:)

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Dec 24, 2010


your best bet would be to call your local jumk yards
prices vary so much in junk yards be hard to tell you a price

if you wanted to go new it be a dealer only item and have to be special order and real expensive

1993 Saturn SL | Answered on Dec 22, 2010

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