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What parts do i need to buy to fix 1999 saturn sl1 that won't start, no radio, clock, door chimes but when bundle of wires next to gas pedal are wiggled it starts

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SOURCE: 1999 saturn SL 1, doesn't start, no interior lights, no clock, if you wiggle wires next to gas pedal it will work, what part do i need to replace?

If you are talking about the wires that run to the backside of the fuse block than I would bet that one of them is burnt up. Pretty common for Saturn. If you remove the block connectors, There are two and they are bolted to the backside of the fuseblock, and inspect the pins and wiring you will probably find a burnt pin and terminal. The fuseblock is usually replaced and a block connector repair kit is installed. Both use to be available from saturn, they may still be available through GM. You may have to get one from a salvage yard.

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