Question about Saturn SC1
There is a fuse panel behind the console kick panel on the passenger side. Pull the panel off (velcro stays). The legend and fuse layout is embossed on the back of the panel.
A couple other things you might try though. Underneath the front seats are sensors that normally tell the brain someone is sitting in them. Look under the seats for a plug with two wires coming out of it. Pull the plug. Any difference?
Does the the belt shuttle move at all? Is it stripped? If so, you might try helping it along to the other end of the track. It may shut down on its own that way.
And last but not least, as a temporary solution, pull the negative terminal from the battery over night until it gets fixed for real.
Let me know what you find out.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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