Question about 1999 Saturn SL
Might check the inside fuse block.They have issues with a certain terminal getting hot & burnt.The terminal looses connection and will not allow the car to crank & multipul other electrical issues.You can check this by removing the left side trim panel at the right of the gas pedal.The connector in quwstion is the forward most 68way connector.They are held in by a 7mm screw in the center.There are 2 of these total.Wiggle the connector by grasping the wires while you try to crank engine.if it goes you need a used fuse box.Make sure to get the same part# on the bad one to replace with.hope this helps
Posted on May 19, 2009
What year and model is your saturn?
Posted on May 18, 2009
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