Question about 2002 Saturn L-Series
I would start with you battery terminals. the side posts will get hot, melt the ring and lose connection, just grab the cables and move it back and forth. If it seems loose then try and tighten the posts. if that all seems tight and good then you might have passlock system fault. these vehicles have alot of issue with the BCM. need to codes in the computer to understand what is going on. Please note that BCM stores the odometer reading for the dash so if a used one is pruchased it will have to match the odometer. and the engine types are important. good luck.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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