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Look in the interior fuse block. It is located on the drivers side of the center counsel, just to the right or where our right leg would be. You will need to remove the trim panel. The fuses will be labeled on the inside of the panel.
Oil drain plug is its
on the back passenger side of the engine out of sight unless you under
the car itself
It's a cartridge filter that goes into a canister.You'll need a 32mm oil filter canister socket to remove the cover to access
the filter. You can find it at PepBoys for less than $10 by the other oil
Ignition cylinder is the usual culprit. Saturn has a big problem with their ignition cylinders going bad when very cold or humid.
Still if you want to replace the spark plugs (the vehicle does not have spark plug wires but rather coil packs and replaceable boots) they are under the black plastic strip on top of the engine that says ECOtec. There are four 10mm bolts holding it down and an electrical connection on the right side that has to be unclipped. There is also a bracket for the acceleration cable that is in the way that is held on by one 10mm bolt in the side of the valve cover. Be careful when removing the black cover to not lose any of the spring that are in the spark plug boots. Typically you only need to replace the spark plugs and not the boots.
Plugs are under the coil pack. The black rectangle on top of the valve cover. Remove the plug on the drivers side, and remove the 4, 10mm bolts. Lift up the coil straight up. Will be fairly tough, and your plug wells are in there.