Question about 2004 Saturn VUE
Starter went bad so i replace it with a rebuit starter. he cr would not starter right away. i had to turn the key five or six times before it would start. i thought it might be the ignition switch so i replaced that. still had the problem. so i got another rebuilt starter abd the problem still occurs. the wires are not corroted and the battery is fine. do you have ay input on what else to do? also the gas cap is fine.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
make sure to check your fuses and ground wires first. when you are set on which part is bad do a quick check of everything else before you jump into it.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I think you bought the dreaded Opel v6 in your Saturn. If it has six rubber hoses on the intake tubes, thats the Opel. A couple of years later, Saturn started using Honda v6's. A royal pain to replace the plugs, suggest a repair shop because the intake has to come off.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
SOURCE: TURNING KEY TO START 2004
you may have a bad starter relay, or bad starter colenoid, best solution, have starter relay checked, if good, replace starter, does it click when you try to start?but won't? clicking indicates bad battery connections, bad starter colenoid, or simply bad starter. sometimes it's better to replace the whole starter, considering how much it costs to check all the above. suggest that you have battery checked for free at autozone or advance automotive for free. if battery checks good, replace starter. if you accept my solution and it works, let me know via fixya.com and thank you for choosing fixya.com
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
WHEN THE BATTERY LITE COMES ON THE DASH IT IS TELLING YOU THE VOLTAGE FROM THE ALTERNATOR IS WORKING, TO CHECK THE ALTERNATOR WITH A VOLT METER ON DC WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING YOU SHOULD GET A READING OF 13.5 TO 14.5 VOLT WHEN YOU TEST THE BATTERY TERMINALS IF THE VOLTAGE IS LOWER THEN 13.5 VO0LTS YOU ALTERNATOR IS BAD
Posted on May 13, 2011
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