Question about 2000 Saturn Ls 4dr Sedan
For about 4 weeks my car has been driving like it's going to stall (even though it has an automatic transmission) then it will correct itself only to repeat the jerking motion over again. It has over 90,000 miles on it and the "service engine soon" light is on. Any idea what the problem is and what it may cost me?
Take your car to you local auto parts store and ask them to pull the error code from the car's computer. That is the first thing to do.
But it sounds like it could be your MAF (mass air flow) sensor. It's located on the tube that connects your air filter to your engine. I think you need torx bits (star-shaped bits) to unscrew it, but if you get it out you can try cleaning it with a can of mass air flow sensor cleaner. You can pick up a can from you local auto parts store. You can also get a replacement sensor from Autozone for $80 if you just want to do that, but I would try cleaning it first.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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