Question about 2007 Saturn Aura XR Sedan
My L200 was parked in its space when someone backed into it. They struck the right rear bumper and I drove the car for about a mile before it died on me. It won't start and it is getting no gas to the engine.
It is a very common problem on the L-Cars for the fuel pump to go out.
Posted on May 18, 2009
I am not an expert on saturn so don't rate me on this unless it actually does some good. On an impact the car may trip your fuel pump. This is to keep fuel from being pumped from the gas tank to your engine to minimize a fire. There is a reset switch normally located in the rear wheel wells in the trunk of the car. You may have to move a trunk liner aside to see it. See if there is anything in your owner's manual about the Fuel Pumo Shut-off - or Resetting the Fuel pump or related data in the book.
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