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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Saturn SL2
I had a similar problem on my 94 SL2. Turn the key…..Nothing.
Even worse, it was intermittent, the worst type to troubleshoot.
At first it was rare. Pulling out the key , putting it back in and turning usually worked.
Over time it got progressively worse and stubborn.
Then one day it wouldn’t start for anything.
My car has an alarm with a ‘starter kill’. My first thought, alarm malfunction. So I located the two wires (they can be any color) going from the alarm module to the steering column. They are usually labeled appropriately on the module. I used a small jumper wire (alligator clips) to short them at the alarm. If the alarm was the problem, this would fix it. It didn’t.
Time to take apart the steering column.
The key tool will be a 7 or 8mm socket. Take off the two piece steering column shroud to expose the wiring.
On the left side, directly opposite the ignition, you’ll see a piece of round plastic held on with two bolts. This is really the ignition switch.
Take out the bolts (again 7 or 8mm).
Take out the two plugs (blue and white) from behind it.
Take off the switch.
Plan A: (For most people)
Replace this. Bring it with you to the parts store to compare it.
Bring it home. Bolt it on. Plug it in. Turn the key.
I can’t tell you how much it was , since I used …
Plan B: (For the deservedly cocky)
I took the switch apart and cleaned the contacts.
They were burnt. I scraped them clean, re-assembled the switch and tested it.
If you need me to explain Plan B, use Plan A.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: 2003 Saturn ION 2 trunk Problem
there is a manual switch that is located near the trunk latch for a safty lockout it might have been switched by accident look to make sure.hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
The remote won't ework because the problem is in the vehicle. Just for test purposes and possible remedy. Remove and clean the negative battery cable. Ensure a clean , tight connection. Then find the body ground. Yhis ground is locted usually at the top rear of the engine. .I's a snall stainless steel strap bolted to the engine and fire wall, This must olsobe clean with a good contack. Might as well clean the + cable and connection on the battery while you are there. Good luck and keep me posted olease. Good Luck, Ned_
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Check to see if any of the door locks aren't working by going to each door and seeing if it has refused to lock while trying the power lock on you key remote or attempting the one on the master door. If one refuses to lock, you could have a bad door soleniod which is causing your doors to get a bad signal accasionally and that would account for the problem.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
check the wires going from the driver door into the kick panel there should be a rubber thing around the wires and cut it off and the wires usualy break and loose connection
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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