Question about 2005 Saturn VUE
There is an idle speed control motor on the side of the car's throttle body that is supposed to keep the idle stable even when additional loads like the AC are on. It's possible the motor may be damaged due to a voltage spike when you had it jumped. It's also possible the AC system may be pulling the engine speed down due to an internal problem with a faulty AC compressor.
Did the shop that checked the charging system check to make sure alternator was charging properly with the additional loads of the AC, headlights and blower motor on? It's very possible the system is overloading a weak alternator.
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 Saturn SL2 stalls
look for loosen battery wires, corrosion in them. check ground wire all the way to the engine block make sure its connected right and check ground to the body of your vehicle.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
Testimonial: "wires corroded really bad. just replacet it and it fixed it. thanks"
SOURCE: 1994 SW2 that stalls frequently
Suggestion? frequently stalls can encompass alot of issurs. It can cost anywhere between 20 to 300.00 before all is said and done. It's your call.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
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