This just started about a week ago with my 2001 Saturn SL1. I put a CD into the player (takes it just fine) it acts like it's reading it, then shows track 0, then spits it back out. Do I need to put a new CD player in? I think I'm going to try one of those lens cleaner discs you can buy from Best Buy.
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sounds to me like the wiper motor may need to be replaced, but before doing that see if there is a wiper relaay in the fuse box, it is a lot cheeper than a motor and it may be as simple as popping it out and putting a new one in. Also check the wiper linkage, it too could just be stripped. Hope this helps. Stay out of the rain. Hope this helps.
One could change the computer to see if the false readings go away. If the car starts fine, that's one thing. If it continues to run for 40 or 50 minutes, that tells me that it's warmed up enough that the O2 sensor is being used as a reference. Also, if the EGR valve had a leak, then it would run rough all of the time.
Maybe you should take his advice and have the computer changed and see what happens.
take the wheel and drum off the back and check that the shoes are not worn out on the edges..what happens is the end wears off first but as pressure is applied the shoe moves to where there is some pad left..severe brake dust can do it too. get the brakes checked as soon as you can.to clean and adjust the rear brakes is not that expensive.
You can't afford to not take it to a Saturn dealer. Look at all the worry your going through not to mention possibly lost time from your job. I had the same problems with my 98 SL1. First time it went to the Saturn dealer they diagnosed a bad coolent tempurature sensor. The car was fine for about 2 months then it would start and then stall bfore I could get out of the driveway. This time the dealer diagnosed a bad crank position sensor. That was 3 years ago and the car has run well since. I believe your car could have one of these problems (maybe both). Take it to the dealer. They probably see Saturns with these problems every week and will know how to fix them.