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Saturn sw won't start

Where is the crankshaft located?

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    thanks so much for your help.

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On that car im not sure but it will be on the crank case somewhere.call an autoparts store and ask them they can tell you for sure where its located

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On the back side of the block, right over the starter. One 10mm bolt.

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