Question about 2002 Saturn S-Series
The idle is controlled by the idle air control valve, an electronic valve fitted on the inlet side of the engine, they get sticky and cause the car to stall. Sometimes they can be leaned and lubricated but in most cases a replacement is required.
To prove it is this valve, with the engine idling start turning on as much as possible, lights, stereo, heater, aircon on full blast etc.. the car should pick up on revs as these things are activated but your car will probably stall due to the valve sticking.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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