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The car gets hot when the ac is on the resorvior for coolant seems to have a leak

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Make sure cooling fans come on when a/c is on.

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The reason the resorvior had a leak was the pressure from the engine got into the coolant and blew up the reservior bottle. This is a real common problem with saturns.

Get the car inspected. A simple test a a reapir shop will confirm this.

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