Question about 1996 Saturn SL
There is an orange wire that runs from you ignition switch. It runs into the back of you IP fuse box by your gas pedal side. Follow this wire and reach your hand back there and press on that wire. If anything starts to work,press that wire back into place, then take a very small finishing nail (a very small one) and take a long pair of needle nose pliers and press it in beside of that connector being careful not to damage it. This harness is so close to your leg on the side of the gas feed that often times you hit it with your foot working that wire loose.Just putting it back into place may work for a while, but if the problem continues, the little nail is the trick!
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
With all of those things going out at the same time it is very possible that you have a bad ground that is effecting multiple accessories. It could be a chassis ground or a ground at the computer itself.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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