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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 96 saturn wont start
Hey There,I would check the battery terminal connections real good.If they check out I have seen some inside fuse box issues where a terminal gets hot & burns at the front 68way connector.The wiring con be accessed by removing the left side console trim panel next to drivers right foot area.You can wiggle the wiring the next time it doesn't start & see if it takes off.If so you should back that connector out (7mm) screw in center & inspect male terminals with flashlight.If you see a terminal that looks like the plastice is malted around it you fould it.It will be in the first row.Used fuse box if so.Hope this helps
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: TURNING KEY TO START 2004
you may have a bad starter relay, or bad starter colenoid, best solution, have starter relay checked, if good, replace starter, does it click when you try to start?but won't? clicking indicates bad battery connections, bad starter colenoid, or simply bad starter. sometimes it's better to replace the whole starter, considering how much it costs to check all the above. suggest that you have battery checked for free at autozone or advance automotive for free. if battery checks good, replace starter. if you accept my solution and it works, let me know via fixya.com and thank you for choosing fixya.com
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
If the starter cranks but the engine won't start, there could be wide range of problems. Here are some of the most common:
- Problems with fuel delivery system (e.g bad fuel pump, fuel pump relay, clogged fuel screen, etc.)
- Problem with engine electronics (e.g crank sensor, cam sensor, air flow sensor, power relay, engine computer, etc.)
- Ignition system problems, especially on older vehicles with the distributor (e.g bad ignition coil, commutator, rotor, distributor cap, etc.)
- Defective ignition switch
- Problems with vehicle security system
- Internal engine problems (e.g broken timing belt or gear, low compression, etc.)
Make sure that you have fuel in the tank. It may be that your vehicle fuel gauge isn't working properly.The first signs that there is too little fuel in the tank are occasional lugging, loss of power, and a louder, irregular sound of the electric fuel pump coming out from the fuel tank
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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