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Hi, Need help with a diagram for the starter location on a 1993 Saturn SC2 2door. I have an automatic start and car alarm system. I believe I may have a loose wire or connection, as she is acting up. She'll start for a few minutes rev the starter for longer then necessary and then stall. She's controlled with a remote, but changing out the remote doesn't change anything. I'm worried about burning out my starter, as it won't take much at this rate. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks for your help, Colleen.

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Sounds as if the starter is going bad or the remote sensor is not understanding the vehicle has started but if you are trying to locate the starter simply follow the battery red or + positive cable down to the starter itself always located at the bell housing between the motor and the transmission

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