Question about 2002 Saturn S-Series
The security light comes on during startup making starting car a 3 or 4 try experience-the ignition housing was replaced as the answer to this problem.however the next day light came back on after 2 errands and to start car that night nothing-- car dead no lights etc.subsequent repair after having car towed without anyone touching car from first repair was to clean corroded positve battery cable and put back on.the car started right up and no problem with security light coming on.over the last month car starts each time.could the cable been the problem and the original housing was not in need of replacing.the difference in cost betwwen the 2 repairs is huge and i am trying to figure out if the housing did not need to be replaced? thanks from confused--
Most likely it was just the loose , dirty cables. It is very crucial for the elec needs of a vehical to have perfect connections . Ign housing has a small magnetic type bar on the housing that the ecu needs to recognise to allow the car to start, and changingh this may cause the theft light to activate. Its called P.A.T.S or , passive anti theft secuity and
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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