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Has to be done at dealer

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 08, 2017


Testing the the O2 sensor an other vehicle testing procdures should be done before replacing parts . The rear o2 has nothing to do with this code .
P0133 Testing H02 Sensor

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Nov 21, 2017


There are several procedures in the manual--I think for different models. I think I picked the one for S-series, but let me know if this doesn't look right.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Disable the SIR system.
  3. Remove the steering column trim covers.
  4. Turn the ignition lock cylinder to the RUN position.
    NOTE There are two retainers on the ignition lock cylinder. Depress both retainers to remove the lock cylinder from the housing.
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    Fig. Depress the first retainer through the lock housing access hole (2) and depress the second retainer through the lock housing access hole (1)

  5. Depress the first retainer through the lock housing access hole with a small allen wrench or similar pick-type tool. The lock cylinder will back out slightly.
  6. Depress the second retainer through the lock housing access hole. The lock cylinder will back out slightly again.
  7. Pull the lock cylinder out enough to locate the second retainer to the lock housing access hole.
  8. Depress the retainer though the access hole a second time. The ignition cylinder should release from the housing. If not, the ignition cylinder may need to be moved in and out several times to locate the retainer correctly in the hole.
  9. Remove the lock cylinder from the lock housing.

To install:
  1. Position the lock cylinder in the run position. Insert the cylinder into the lock housing.
  2. Rotate the lock cylinder in the housing. Verify proper rotation.
  3. Install the steering column trim covers.
  4. Enable the SIR system.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on May 31, 2016


Sorry, at the moment I don't understand acm? Is the fuse in underhood fuse block or interior?
I did look at power distribution fuse wiring for your vehicle, didn't see acm?

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Apr 29, 2016


Good luck I had to find a used one and got very lucky or I think the part was about 250.00$

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Oct 11, 2015


Test fuel pressure, ignition module, ignition relay, fuel pump relay and fuses (2).

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on May 07, 2015


You can have one of several issues that can't be determined without a fault code reader to narrow it down. Typically, it sounds like you have a fuel supply related issue, but it could easily be something else like an unplugged vaccuum line, or faulty EGR. It is best you buy an inexpensive fault code reader and a Haynes Manual for your car... look up the codes in the chapter on Emission Controls and get back with us for assistance. A vacuum line diagram is located under the hood, go over every lie carefully and look for cracks and leaks, check the air filter box and any larger hoses carefully for cracks. You can do this easily, be patient and do a thorough job of it. Pull out a single spark plug and look at it for excessive carbon deposits. Replace with DENSO Iridium plugs that last 60K miles. Look at you spark plug wires... you will need an inexpensive multimeter to check them; Radioshack has them for cheap.

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Apr 14, 2015


The wiring diagrams for this vehicle are about 60 individual pages. Which diagram are you looking for?

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Mar 02, 2015


try checking your ignition fuse

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


If it won't even ''crank'', then it is probably a bad ignition switch. If it does ''crank'', then there are too many possibilities for internet diagnosis. (But if _no crank_ after starter and battery replacement, it's a good bet that it's a bad ignition switch).

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Jan 02, 2015


you will have to drop the gas tank to remove the fuel pump

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


If you have $13,000 I will Show you step by step to Building you're car, in 11 months

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


on the back of the engie just above the right side alxe shaft

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


question what is it doing " lights come on /clicking /or just nothing"?

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


How old is the battery? If over 3 years it may take a prolonged amount of time to recover from a complete drain. There's a chance that the battery will never charge again too.

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Sep 11, 2014


because there have some problem on your car, take your obd2 scanner to have check.
OBD Tools 365 Days Shop

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Jul 18, 2014


Your Body Control Module is failing. Your unit is behind the glove box up toward the top. Replacing this BCM is easy, but you'll need the dealership to adapter the unit with your car.

2001 Saturn SC | Answered on Jun 09, 2014

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