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Question From jake9364 on Saturn

My 1996 Saturn sl, when I apply brakes the car seems to pulsate stop, could this be bad, pads, bad rotor, bad calipers, abs system, motor mounts...all?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Most likely is a bad or warped rotor. If all else is fine with the brakes or it's time to do them replace both. Brake rotors that have been machined are at or near the limit as they don't come with much extra metal and when even just a tad under they warp easily with heat. It costs more but for most cars it's best to replace rotors at time of regular brake service and the service life will be that much better,


1993 Saturn SL 1 No power at all, clicking under e-brake handle

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Question From trooperchix on 1993 Saturn SL 1 No power at all, clicking under e-brake handle

I'm stumped. I have a 1993 Saturn SL 1 SOHC that is having some wierd electrical issue. More often or not, upon turning the key, I have no power, no turnover, no lights, no radio, nuthin'. At the same time I hear a clicking noise coming from under the e brake handle. I don't know if they are related. ANY help would be appreciated, INCLUDING any electrical diagrams for that particular Saturn that are available. This one has me stumped. I will note that for whatever reason, if I disconnect the battery and reconnect, sometimes whatever is causing the trouble resets and I can start it again. The engine itself checks out fine, no mechanical source that I can tell...

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Guess: Battery cable connections bad. Check both ends of each,


My 94 saturn shuts off whenever I brake

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Question From waitaminute94 on My 94 saturn shuts off whenever I brake

I tried repairing/replacing a cracked L shaped hose next to the PCV valve (also replaced) coming out from the air cleaner, no luck. It only shuts off when i apply the breaks.

Response From Hammer Time

First eliminate all vacuum or air leaks in the system. You may have a bad IAC ( idle air control) but try cleaning the throttle body first. Remove the intake snorkel, have someone hold the throttle wide open for you and scrub the back side of the throttle plate and surrounding bore with an old tooth brush and some carb cleaner. Be sure to spray some into the small holes next to the throttle plate. That should help stabilize the idle. If it still has a problem, replace the IAC

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

You already have a thread open on this problem. Please don't make other threads on the same concern.

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Saturn Ion E Brake

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Question From Guest on Saturn Ion E Brake

I recently took my Ion through the car wash, and then parked it in my heated underground parking lot, put the e brake on before I left it. The next day, I released the brake to go, and the car would barely move forward, and not at all in reverse. It seemed the ebrake was stuck. I moved it slowly around the parkade, and it was squealling. I hit a bump and all of a sudden it released. But now, it is making a thump thump....thump thump...as the wheeel turns. Any suggestions? Thanks

Response From steve01832 Top Rated Answer

It sounds like the e-brake may partially still be on. Sometimes if you wiggle the e-brake cables it forces the brake to fully release.


2000 Saturn LS, I know it needs brake work

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Question From ciararaine on 2000 Saturn LS, I know it needs brake work

I do realize my car needs brake work among other things. But I can afford it for at least another week and I have been okay until now with the mile a day I drive. Today, instead of just the brakes grinding, they went all the way to the floor. Then something started rattling around, like metal bouncing of the ground near the driver's side front. I'm afraid to even drive to a mechanic. What could that metallic rattling be?

Response From Hammer Time

This is what happens when you ignore car repairs.
It sounds like you have just doubled to cost of repairing your brakes. When they started grinding, you just kept driving it until the piston popped right out of the caliper and the brake pad has likely dislocated and either fell out or jammed in the turning rotor.

You went from pads and maybe a rotor or two to adding calipers and maybe ever some of the mounting housings. Please get the car fixed before you kill somebody.

Response From ciararaine Top Rated Answer

Thank you.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ditto big time with the Hammer! One problem is you should be getting some routine service that gives you some advance warning of plain brake life. If not find a place that does or will.

This suggests they were so far beyond safe it was insane! That's just not good, safe for you or others who share the roads as we all do.

Just IMO: Cars cost us all a huge part of budgets and we want the most for our money - that's no surprise. Brakes in particular are just plain better done early - not at the last second or indication of a problem. Same goes for tires and other things with cars. Tires are legal till they are near bald but no car has any more control over the road than the ability of tire to road contact. Amazing but the first legal 1/3 is the best and it's a fast run downhill from there with those.

Many times with car maintenance items it's pay dirt to be "pro active" instead of "re-active"

OK - I've said my piece,