Question about 1999 Saturn SL
Saurn has approx. 48000 miles. Drove approx. 200 miles and then it wouldn't start. Had it towed, got to the mechanic and it started just fine. He couldn't find anything wrong but I had wanted him to servic my transmission as it had sat for quite awhile before I bought it.
After I picked it up from the mechanic it did the same routine again. Ran fine, shut if off and then it wouldn't start. A mechanic tested it and said that it was the fuel pump (said it wasn't pressurized and it was replaced). Now it doesn't have any power at all. What is the problem
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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