Question about 2002 Saturn L-Series
CORRECT mILLAGE AROUND 89500. NOW READ 684785 AND DOES NOT WORK
The problem is your Body Control Module,located on top the glove box.It will need replaced & programmed to fix.Costs about $300.00 It also has to be new due to mileage being stored inside.Hope this helps
Posted on May 27, 2009
I am assuming you must have fixed this by now, but since there is no fix listed you need a BCM. The loss of power during the battery test may have been enough to freak out the module and cause the odometer issue. The problem now is you have driven who knows how far and dont have an accurate mileage for the car so the BCM will need to be replaced and the odometer set to 0 miles with an odometer statement sticker in the door saying the mileage is not correct.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
Saturn dealer might help you, if you can't read about it in the books in auto trouble shooting for the problem on vehicle the library has books you can take out, if you need help. Some things are best left to the pros, they most likely have seen it before, if they won't help, read read read there is help out there only you want to work on it yourself to save money then the books in the library will be the least possible expense for you
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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