Question about 1999 Saturn SL
It sounds like you may have a short in the alarm system. it's realy hard to say without seeing the car myself. having a degree in auto electronics only helps if i can test the system. if your located in the phoenix az. area i can check it out otherwise as much as i hate to say it find a reasonably honest shop that specializes in the electronics or even a stereo installer who does security systems.
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Jun 14, 2011 | 1993 Saturn SL1
Press the button located in the center of the instrument cluster ONCE. The display should now read "OIL LIFE" instead of vehicle mileage.
Press and hold the button for 3 seconds or until you hear the chime, the display should say "RESET?". Let go of the button and press the button one more time, but do not hold it, to confirm that you want to reset.
You're Done!! You have just reset the oil life monitor on your Saturn Ion!! Now you don't have to worry about it randomly telling you that you need to change you oil.
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