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there is a web site called getsaturnparts.com, you can find about any NOS part there for saturns. they have never sent me a wrong part.
what you are needing is a good mechanic, not necessarily a dealer. if you google around however you will find a local GM dealer that has been saddled with the saturn warranty issues. they may or may not have an exsaturn mechanic on staff. they will however have access to tech support, recalls, and manuals from what is left of Saturn.
with the expense you are looking at, were I you i would think about a used engine with much lower mileage, they can be found at junkyards across the land. i think a saturn engine up to 98 will fit your car. you have to know whether you have a SOHC or DOHC engine and you must replace it with the same type used motor. you can swap your engine for a rebuilt engine as well, those run about 2 thousand dollars.
u say only somtimes smokes out the tail pipe it could be the oil cooler that is the problem,the oil cooler cools the oil using coolant and when the seals perish the oil and coolant mix,is it over heating?
The filter is way up on right (passenger side) and the back side of the engine. I found it easier to access by removing the rt front wheel and splash barrier plastic panel directly behind where the axel comes through.
looking at the motor follow the plug wires down to the coil pack located lower middle of engine.take wires of making note were they are posistioned unplug electrical connection should be 3 bolts 10mm. heads.then remove