Our Saturn SC1 has a huge leak somewhere. When the car idles, it doesn't seem to leak, but , when the car is driven it loses all of the transmission fluid, and stop leak that we put in it. I loses it all in 35 miles or less. We don't know what the problem is. Could you help us?Thanks
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sounds like either you have 2 of the wires crossed.........one is loose....probably #1 or your #1 plug needs regapped or is not tight and losing seal....all will cause a misfire and set the check engine light
first get it scanned for codes 2nd look at the air filter, and the mass air flow unit sitting on top for leaves or dirt , then check the air intake bellows that runs to the intake check it for cracks? also look and listen for vacum leaks around the engine possible cracked hose causing ecm to get false signals from airflow meter? good luck
You either have a bad engine coolant temp sensor & connector.Located under upper radiator hose at cylinder head Yellow & black wire.Original sensor is ceramic & replacement will be brass from saturn.Also you may check for vacuum leaks at PCV hose & valve.Hope this helps
I had this problem. Its a sensor. Unfortunately I don't remember the name of the sensor. When it gets a tiny litle crack in it, this is what happens. If you take it in to autozone, they will do a free sensor scan for you. You can replace it yourself. Its really no big deal. If you get the scan done you can contact me and I will give you further info.