Question about 2004 Saturn L300
Have it replaced twice
If the coolant is actually warming up properly, it could be the coolant temperature sensor. Or, you may have a bubble in the cooling system. Or, you could have a bad intake air temp sensor.
Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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