Question about Saturn Ion
Anybody have a replacement guide for an 05 saturn Ion slave cylinder. I know it's in the bell housing but I need to get an idea of hours to fix
With it being in the bell housing,which I think is one of the stupidest tricks the auto industry has ever played on us,it just neans the transmission has to come out before you can get to it.Then pull the bell housing off.Plan on a good full day of work my friend.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Im thinking your going to be ok as far as warranty repair,if your dealers service dept is insensitive, call Saturn assist @ 1.800.553.6000 On to the ignition switch ....separate colum halves with #2 screwdriver> access ignition housing and look for trip slot on top side of cylinder>use pocket size screwdriver to trip button in slot while in ACC position and pull out...good luck
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
SOURCE: 2005 saturn ion
I am not a mechanic and have had no problems with my 2005 Ion-2 but at msn/autos I see that these can exhibit a starting problem because of the ignition switch which they recommend replacing. The part is around $40 & the labor is 1 hr.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
SOURCE: spark plug replacement
Plugs are under the coil pack. The black rectangle on top of the valve cover. Remove the plug on the drivers side, and remove the 4, 10mm bolts. Lift up the coil straight up. Will be fairly tough, and your plug wells are in there.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
JB weld will not work get it welded by a pro with the proper hi frequency welder otherwise you will have to replace the box ,and yes get a new cylinder ,hope you get sorted
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
It is not usually necessary to replace the slave cylinder. Remove the cylinder and wash in metho. Exmine it for rust, pitting or grooving. If ok scuff the glaze from the cylinder walls with 320 grit w&d paper and more metho. Wash well with metho dry and fit a new kit of rubbers. Lubricate these with brake fluid ot rubber grease as you assembe. Refit the slave cylinder and bleed out the air. Job done.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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