Question about 1998 Saturn SL
Check out the ignition switch it must be faulty. also Check all of the battery terminals and cables and check the wires on the starter/selonoid, start from the battery and follow the cable out and check all conections , clean and tighten them and if it still does it the starter/selonoid is bad and needs replacement
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
If it ran OK prior to working on it you might of pulled a wire from your ignition coil or something similar while you were changing oil. Also check fuses to see if something might of gotten grounded out while you were working as well. I always find a really intense flashlight helps find disconnected wires(even daylight hours). Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
Check the wirings to and from the rotor, see if the rotors tips are stuck under the rotor cap.
Try also replacing the spark plugs, just in case.
Check ignition wirings and all wirings, more likely a problem with the rotor.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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