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1994 saturn sl1 will not start, old starter was bad and just replaced what else could it be.

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There was a fusible link added as a campaign/recall to that vehicle and is actually connected to the starter...make sure that link is good..not burnt...sometimes they look good but if you tug on it slightly it stretches meaning the wire inside is separated...it is an orange rubber looking wire at the starter battery post connection where the 14 mm nut attatches the battery cable to the starter

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