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Where is the trans.temp.sensor on 1999 saturn sl

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SOURCE: Block heater for 1999 Saturn SL?

There are generic block heaters available that fit in the radiator hose and keep the water warm thus heating the block as well.

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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SOURCE: Cam Shaft Position Sensor 1998 Saturn SL

Have a look at this link, scroll to your engine & click on picture to expand for better view.

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528017e904

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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SOURCE: coolant temprature sensor location

its on the driver side there is a black and a white wire coming from the connector. its a little difficult to get to.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 Saturn sl speed sensor

The vehicle speed sensor (VSS) is located in the differential area of the transaxle. Also, to replace it should be fairly simple. I wish I could give a better answer exactly where it is at, but I have you the answer straight out of the Haynes manual.  

To replace the VSS, disconnect the electrical connector from the VSS. Then remove the retaining bolt and lift the VSS from the Transaxle or simply unscrew the VSS. Installation is the reverse of removal. 

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 Saturn SW2. High coolant temp and transaxle warning light

check the tranny fluid. if it's dark brown it and the filter should be changed. they can do this at most oil change places. but it could be as simple as some loose sensor wires. hope this helps.
don't forget to add 50% water and coolant to your resevoir tank of your coolant when it's low.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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Coolant sensor on a saturn, can you show location?


well there are 2 coolant sensors,,,one is the coolant level sensor which is internal to the coolant resivor,,but i think you are talking about the infamous engine coolant temp sensor,,,,ok pop your hood you will see the cam cover that says saturn on it,,,,thats the top of the engine,,,ok,,,then on the lower right side of that you will see the upper radiator hose,,,and the EGR valve,,,,now inbetween the egr valve and upper rad hose is where the coolant temp sensor is,, its just below them,,there is a little wiring harness with a yellow and a black wire going to it,,,,it actually screws into the lower side of the cylinder head,,,,just squeze the wiring connector at the 2 thicker spots and pull it straight off then take the coolant cap off the resivor,,to relases pressure and put it back on,providing the car is not hot,,,,the sensor is actually a 13mm or 14mm socket that removes the sensor,,,,,they usually crack and leak into the harness so check the harness for corrosion,,,,be like green/blue on terminals,,if so youre gonna have to wire in a new connector,,,,no big deal ,, normal s-series issue,,,do not use aftermarket junk like autozone as these do not read correctly from the start youre gonna have to shell out the money at the saturn dealer for the good stuff ,,like $18 for the sensoe and $37 for the connector but it comes with the 2 **** connectors you need to wire it in,,,so if you remove the sensor just put the new one in snug but dont break it off,,,,top off coolant,,,,cut the 2 wires off the old connector as close to the end as possilbe. so you retain as much wire as you can,,,,,it doesnt matter which wire goes on what side but i lke to keep it the way it was the black wire on the right and the yellow on the left,,use the **** connectors,then heat shrink them and wrap them with electrical tape and youre done

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1999 Saturn SW2. High coolant temp and transaxle warning light comes on intermittant. Auto trans. Runs and sounds fine. Any idea of the cause/cure?


check the tranny fluid. if it's dark brown it and the filter should be changed. they can do this at most oil change places. but it could be as simple as some loose sensor wires. hope this helps.
don't forget to add 50% water and coolant to your resevoir tank of your coolant when it's low.

Sep 27, 2009 | 1999 Saturn SL

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replace coolant temp sensor and pigtail both readily available

Aug 25, 2009 | 1999 Saturn SL

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Coolant temp sensor should be on the drivers' side of the motor on the lower portion of the aluminum head. I think the wires are black and yellow if my memory serves me well.

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Your "transmission high input sensor" is also known as a "neutral safety switch". It depends on you trans (auto, or standard) as to the location. Either way, it's a simple and inexpensive repair.

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i have found on that car if the temp sensor is unpluged or is bad oddly enough it wont let the car start you should check it and or replace it

Mar 31, 2009 | 1999 Saturn SL

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The sensor sits above the trans filter.Replace.Easy to do by taking air claener assy off.

Dec 26, 2008 | 1997 Saturn SL

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