Question about 2001 Saturn SC
I have the same problem. I've done the repair on other cars for lest than $20 in 5 minutes.
Saturn, unfortunately is not as easy. First off, like all other Saturn parts, it is crazy expensive ($97). Second, you have to take the column apart and it is held in with 4 bolts. The service department told me it's at least an hour and a half procedure.
I hate Saturn!
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Normally we would replace the lock cylinder and housing at the dealer.....but if it were my car I'd uses a punch and hammer to slam that pin in and remove the cylinder. It's worth a try first before having to replace the entire housing.
Posted on May 18, 2009
youve been passlok screwed// patience and a lot of coffee its hard to explain this thing but with some staring and thought its not that hard also type in relearn procedure for this car in your browser make sure you typ every thing about it
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
You need to remove all the cowling on the steering column around the lock. Check if there are any bolts or screws securing the lock into its holder and remove these. Ensure that the steering lock is not engaged or clamped by the steering column and put the correct key in the lock. In the ACC position, (or it might be another position) you should be able to depress a pin or tongue in the lock cylinder and this should allow you to extract it from the housing. Unplug the switch from the bottom of the lock cylinder and the job is done.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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