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odometer issue hits all saturns 91-95 eventually, they sell kits on ebay to fix it but you will have to pull the cluster, take it apart and reassemble it. not worth it on a 500 dollar car.
fuel gauge you need a new sender unit, sits in the gas tank with the fuel pump, replace both when you go to that much trouble to drop the gas tank out to get to it.
horn sits under the driver's headlight. jumper the battery to it and if it works then your problem lies with the relay, or more likely the horn switch inside the steering wheel. if it does not work with jumper then you can buy a generic horn at a parts store.
there is a spring inside the door lock that makes it work this spring is most likely broken try spraying lubricant on the lock just in case its binding ,but it seems like you will have to replace the lock mechanism
the latch is simple first you got to get the door open though after that there are 4 to 6 screws that need to come out 4 usualy under the door pannel on the inside check the handle that you use to pull the door closed there sometimes is a screw in there afeer that there are plastic pop secrws that just pop out so after teh screws are out pull the bottom of the door pannel and it will pop out some times you will have a screw in the back of the actual inside hanle plastic or you will need to hole the door handle open to slide it off push up on the pannel so it comes free from the window lip unplug the electrial clip that is done by a push tab. take off the plastic its held on by a rubber cylacone there will be a metal rod the goes to the latch with a plastic clip that holds it in place push dow on the clip then pull the rod out un bolt the latch and take it out.
mfi = multi port injection
tbi = throttle body injection
the way to tell is look on the intake plenum and see if there is a "carb" sitting there. That's tbi.
Intake plenum with 4 or more fuel lines going to each cylinder is a "MPI" (multiport) system....accordianman
If the door itself will not stay closed then it is not the power locks but the latch that is malfunctioning, the locks only allow or disallow the latch from opening when you try to open the door. Thoroughly lubricate the latch mechanism on the door with something like WD-40 and inspect it for damage, make sure the bolts that hold the latch within the door are tight and are aligned correctly. After you lubricate it, close and open the door to work the lubricant in. Also if you have child lock switches on the door, make sure the switch is fully off or on. If all else fails then the handle/latch mechanism may need to be replaced.