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98 Saturn (turn key codes!) I already have a reader!

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Question From NJ___Jon on 98 Saturn (turn key codes!) I already have a reader!

I want to know if you can turn the key and get the engine light blinks on a 1998 Saturn? I already have a reader and its fun to do it the other way.

I can turn the key on my sentra 06 and plymouth 88 ....but the saturn is mean!

Response From Double J

TMK No.....

You need a scan tool to read Saturn OBD2 codes!

Response From DjERA


TMK No.....

You need a scan tool to read Saturn OBD2 codes!

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Djera; Just about any 'code reader' will pull trouble codes. Once you get a code, all that does is tell you what system is 'seeing' a problem. It doesn't tell what WHAT the problem is. For example, you get a P0301. Great. You got a P0301.
What does that tell you? (this is a test, by the way). Or, a P0420? Some scanners will tell you that P0301 is cylinder one misfire. Okay. What is causing that cylinder to misfire? Plug, wire, injector, vacuum leak, valve? Many people will come up with an EGR code, for instance. There are a multitude of reasons that will set that code. EVAP codes are another one. Small leak, gross leak, ect. My point is, why spend the money on a POS that isn't going to tell you what you are really wanting? No such thing as a 'crystal ball'. Just My Opinon.

Response From way2old

Loren, I have a crystal ball. Look below

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

>>I have a crystal ball. Look below<< If this wasn't a family oriented forum, I'd have a reply for you.

Response From way2old

I am not sure, but I think this

Response From way2old

Hey Loren-----

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Hey! That's not fair! You know I can't respond the way I want to!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Is that you with all the white hair and purple PJs.?..............LOL

Response From way2old

Are you peepin in the window???

Response From Hammer Time

You've got a little "Andy Rooney" going on with those eyebrows, don't you?

Low Pressure port on 2001 Saturn Wagon

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Question From wpmom on Low Pressure port on 2001 Saturn Wagon

Can someone please show me where the low pressure port is on a 2001 Saturn Wagon.. I would be forever grateful.

Response From Hammer Time

What model, what engine?

Response From wpmom

Sorry I was frustrated.

2001 Saturn LW300
V6 Automatic
I hope this is what you are looking for...

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

It's the one on the right side of the picture.

1995 saturn sc1

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Question From saturn on 1995 saturn sc1

Saturn is hard to start but gets started after a while. Just changed fuel pump and filter. What could it be?

Response From flgmtech1

Has the fuel pressure regulator been inspected?

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

no

Response From flgmtech1

I would recommend inspceting that first to see if the issue is a fuel bleed down in the rail when sitting due to failure of the regulator

location of expansion valve 01 Saturn L200

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Question From comnavguy on location of expansion valve 01 Saturn L200

Where is the expansion valve on an 01 Saturn L200 with the 2.2 L 4Cyl engine?

Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Its at the inlet of the evaporator core but can be accessed from the engine compartment.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Comvav guy: just suck it down to full long held vacuum and fill it to specs. This crap isn't for everyone and takes mega bucks of equipment but I don't work nor endrose the EPA so do what you want,

T

Response From comnavguy

The old compressor done blowed up, so there warn't no freon to lose. I replaced the compressor with a new one -Saturn parts is hard to find and EXPENSIVE - and replaced the expansion valve and vacuumed it for 30 minutes and it held for another 30. Re-charged and the lady is happpppy and cool.

Response From comnavguy

YUP, recessed inside the firewall and surrounded by a huge block of foam rubber - a real witch (I might have misspelled that word) to get out. And then putting the new one back in...words not suitable for prime time carjunky.

But the lady has cold air now and she's all smiles.

Thanks again for the help.