Question about 2008 Saturn Aura Hybrid
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: saturn ion,sometimes wont start
The problem is in the ignition - the grease gets thick in the cold and doent turn quite right the first time. everything turns on, but the anti theft system thinks you have the wrong key so shuts off pwer to the starter. it takes 8-10 mintues to reset. That is why it normally starts when you come back later. I have had the same problem and done tons of reseach. Right now my temp solution has been a small heater and an extention cord. I keep it plugged in over night on a medium setting - just enough to keep the inside temp above freezing. I am also researching remote starts because saturn dealership charges $250 to replace the ignition, and a remote start will run about $300. Saturn wont do a recall because they feel it is not a safety hazard. I say that is bull. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
press the lock button on the remote then press the remote start button. if this does not work check remote start status using steering wheel buttons
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
it is the intermediate steering shaft. there was a bulletin but no recall on this. there is an upgraded part that needs to be installed
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
I will not laugh, this happens alot. There is small face plate around the radio and a/c panel with a small pick pull the panel out which will expose the screws that secure the radio. remember if you disconnect the power from the radio you will have to go to a GM dealer to have the radio reset so it will work
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
Access to change the headlamp bulbs is through the wheel well. The recommended method is to remove the front tire and then the plastic inner fender liner. Once removed, you'll have easy (more or less) access to the rear of the headlamp housing.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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