I replaced the fuel filter, it trys to start. while probing the fuel pump fuse, i switched the ignition on, no light, then i turned the engine over, the light came on, i released the switch and the light stayed on for a second. is this the way it's supposed to work? usually when you turn the ignition on, the pump comes on for a couple secs, ( most cars ). i put my ear to the tank while someone else turned the engine over, i never heard the pump.
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Saturn Sc1, Sc2, SL1, SL2 Automatic Transmission codes when turning right after a reset or when hitting third gear. Intermittant dash lights dead, fuel pump failure and check engine light says various codes having to do with car starting in gear. Mine had a bad ignition switch which burned up the wires connected to the automatic transmission start satety switch. On the back of the transmission a black plastic device connected to the shifter cable. You must remove the black plastic shield from the upper wire to see if the wires inside are burned on the top connector that has six wires. If they are get a junkyard replacement connector and wires. Replace the ignition switch first to avoid same problem.
Don't start with the pump, start with the fuel filter. Do U have any service stations that offer free code checking or go to a Murry's Auto Parts store that U can get a scan tool. U just put the deposit on a credit card and when U bring the tool back they remove the transaction, so its free.
I had the same problem in a 1997 SC2. Turns out that finicky/broken door lock/unlock switches were causing an intermittent short.
I removed the 20A fuses to these locks in the switch panel under the radio. Problem fixed.
I had the same problem with a 97 sc2. The fix for my car was the temp sensor that controls the extra fuel when engine is cold it didn't sense that the engine was warmed up and added extra fuel flooding the engine.