Question about 1998 Saturn SC
Most likely a crank position sensor getting hot & dropping out.That's the cheapest place to start.Also have seen problems with the ignition control module under the coil packs.Other thing to check if it's original is the Coolant temp sensor.Located under the upper radiator hose at cylinder head.Yellow & black wire connector.Hope this helps
Posted on May 13, 2009
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