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Can't find the heat sensor on 1997 saturn sl2. where is it located?

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I think a sl2 has two they are on the driver side of the engine near the bottom of the head 2 wires going to them . i have a single ohc so yours may be different. the saturn fourms have all the info you will ever need

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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SOURCE: paint code

All Saturn paint codes are located in the trunk. (or rear compartment for wagons) The code is listed on the white Service Tag that is attached to the spare tire cover. The paint code will be near the bottom of the tag and will begin with "WA" or "U" for most cars. (Example: WA107E = Dark Blue Pearl)

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SOURCE: 1997 saturn sl2 dohc is there a timing belt or chain on it

These engines have a timing chain, not a belt. They also have nylon coated guides under the cover that wear. If you change the chain yourself, or have it done, check the guides as well.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: how to replace coolant heat sensor on 1998 saturn

the coolant temp sensor is located on the right side of the cyl head its small under by the upper rad hose 13mm socket removes it after u take the small connector of,make sure the car is cold coolant will come out when u remove it,,,,check the connector too for corrosion,by only saturn sensor the cheap autozone and aftermarket ones dont read right and give you the same problem as the old bad one

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Where is the fuel filter on a 1997 Saturn SL2?

Hello radenke: My name is Roger and I will help. You can find the filter located under the vehicle mounted or the drivers side of the engine compartment fuel rail. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the answer you received. This way I know the information was helpful. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger2e90c7f.jpg

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SOURCE: Where is the transmission temperature sensor

It is located on the transmission side that faces the front of the car. It's just left and below the transmission spin on filter. It's the same sensor for the Engine Coolant Temp sensor and the Intake Air Temp sensor.

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SOURCE: where is the transmission range

it is on the top of the transmission under the transmission shift cable post, here is a picture of it.717a9a4.jpg

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Where is the transmission range sensor located on a 1997 saturn sl2?


it is on the top of the transmission under the transmission shift cable post, here is a picture of it.717a9a4.jpg

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Replaced water pump, alternator, radiator, crank sensor and no coolant leaks and car has antifreeze, but why is low coolant dashboard indicator light keep flashing on 97 saturn sl2


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Over time,this sensor can get stick.


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Where is the transmission temperature sensor located on a 1997 Saturn SL2?


It is located on the transmission side that faces the front of the car. It's just left and below the transmission spin on filter. It's the same sensor for the Engine Coolant Temp sensor and the Intake Air Temp sensor.

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Cant find temp sensor on 1992 saturn sl2 need to change


On the SL2 (DOHC), there are two coolant temperature sensors located on the left-hand side of the cylinder head, near the upper coolant hose. On the SL2, the upper sensor with ONE WIRE controls the temperature gauge in the dash. The lower sensor with TWO wires provides input to the computer. They are not interchangeable. Here is a tip you will need a 14mm deep socket or box wrench. The new sensor may require a 13mm socket or wrench, depending on the manufacturer. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted.

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How to replace coolant heat sensor on 1998 saturn


the coolant temp sensor is located on the right side of the cyl head its small under by the upper rad hose 13mm socket removes it after u take the small connector of,make sure the car is cold coolant will come out when u remove it,,,,check the connector too for corrosion,by only saturn sensor the cheap autozone and aftermarket ones dont read right and give you the same problem as the old bad one

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1993 saturn sl2 heat fan do not work


Cooling fan is controlled by ECM But does have a sensor located under the upper radiator hose at cyclinder head.Yellow & Black wires also check the connector for corrosion,replace also if corroded!! Heater Fan Check for power & ground At blower motor under pass side of dash.One connector.

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97 saturn sl2 transmission sensor location


my sc1 97 saturn dont work on reverse when is hot

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