Question about 2008 Saturn Outlook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is real hard to replace and some time the wiring harness inside of headlamp if burned if vehicle is still under 36000 miles take it to dealer to have repaired
Posted on May 12, 2009
Bcm and fuse box are one piece, located in front of center console, just under the heater controls. Remove side panels from console on both sides.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
the body control module or BCM is located on top of the inside of the glove box,remove the lower trim panel under the passenger foot well under the glove box,the the 4 screws that hold the glove box door on,,,then the screws that hold the box to the dash and the BCM is slid into the top of the box,,,,,,you are gonna need it programmed as it comes new blank,and the car will not start with out a program
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
I was able to replace this bulb via the wheel well. There were 4 small screws holding the liner on. I was then able to bend the liner back + turn the light bulb dust cover and remove it. The bulb assembly also had to be turned to pull it out. I then removed the wireplug. My bulb was intact + the wire connecting to the bulb was the problem. I simply brushed off some of the carbon residue from the wireset overheating I reattached it + it worked long enough to buy a new wireset. I am very disapointed I had to do this basic repair on my fairly new outlook 500 miles out of a 36k warranty.
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
The estimate for my 2000 Saturn LS-1 was around $500.00. I would suspect it should be around this much for your wagon since it is basically identical regarding the BCM. It is easy to get to the BCM so a relatively mechanically savvy person could change it on your own but it has to be programmed which will require the mechanic anyway.
The problem is that apparently, since Saturn has been dissolved the BCM's are getting hard to come by. The dealer is unable to order one for my car. You may have more luck with a 2003.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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