Question about 1997 Saturn SL
Actually, I have had this very thing happen to my SL2. It is totally random I may have to wait 45 min for it to start. I downgraded my gas to the 87 since the manual requires 85 octane fuel. try it may work for you,
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
Could be one or more of many grips.
1. Fuel tank empty.
2. Battery discharged.
3. Battery terminal connections loose or corroded.
4. Leaking fuel injectior(s), faulty fuel pump, pressure regulator, etc.
5. Fuel not reaching fuel rail or TBI unit.
6. Ignition components damp or damaged.
7. Worn faulty or incorrectly gapped spark plugs.
8. Broken, loose or disconnected wiring in the starting circut.
9. Broken, loose or disconnected wires at the ignition coil or faulty coil. 10. Broken timing Chain.
11. Engine coolant temperature sensor defective.
12. Crankshaft postition sensor defective.
Hope this Helps!
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