Question about 2001 Saturn S-Series
One thing that i would check is the Crankshaft sensor...Pull off the wiring to the sensor and connect the leads of an ohmmeter to the terminals...Its resistance should be between 700 to 900 ohms.. I would not keep replacing the sensors at random....You will have more money in the car than its worth..A good meter and a Haynes manual will show you how to check the sensors....
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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