Question about 2002 Saturn S-Series
Obviously you have already found where the problem is. check the connections where the wires go into the relay socket (or whatever plugs/connectors are near the part of the harness you are moving. sometimes just unplugging and re-connecting the nearby connectors will restore connection) for corrosion etc. (you may need to carefully cut the tape off the harness) It's best to check connector pins using a volt-meter, then check wire directly behind the pin to ensure that the wire is good where it connects to the pin. It is possible that the fuel/power problem is new and has nothing to do with the original problem, but once power is restored, you can continue diagnosis of the original complaint if necessary.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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