Question about 1998 Saturn SL
I suggest you go to SaturnFans.com and type in reverse slam for automatics. Read Wolfman's cure. They also suggest changing automatic transmission fluid every 9,000 miles, not the 100,000 miles the owners manual recommends. If other gears are also affected, like second, you will have to replace and torque the input shaft nut.
The guys at SaturnFans are a great group and will walk you through if you have any probems after doing a search of previous posts.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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