Question about 1992 Saturn SL2
Don't waste your time and money on a used cluster unless it has definitely
been rebuilt. The best and cheapest place to get it rebuilt is in PA. If you take your cluster out and send it to them, it only costs $150 + return shipping. Phone # is (717) 665-2937. If you take your car there and they have to remove/reinstall the cluster it's $200, still cheap when compared to other places.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
Look on ebay and buy a used cluster there. And there are some vendors who sell repair kits. Best thing is to buy a used cluster which has already had the repair kit installed.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: odometer not working
I had the same problem with my '94 Sl2. You have to take out your gages and send them in to get repaired. It is a little wheel where the odometer is that isn't working. The odometer is a speed rated so it is only activated by your car computer.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
If you have an A/C turn it on and the fan should run, if it doesn't run at this point you can try to turn it manually with the engine OFF. If it is stiff, there is a good chance the fan is bad. Another way to test it is to take the connector off of the coolant temp sensor and take a small paper clip with ignition in on position, but engine off and jump the two points together. If the fan kicks on at this point it is good and we just proved that the Computer recognized the CTS. If all of this passes the CTS could be bad or the connector that you just tested could be bad. That is a problem with Saturn's. If you decide that you want to replace the CST "do not buy an after market" Buy from Saturn on that part and of course if you replace the connector...that will be the only place you will get that, but the reason you don't buy an aftermarket CST is the computer doesn't recognize it and you will find your fan not coming on again when it gets hot.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
The plastic surround cosmetic piece which goes around the radio and climmate controls just snaps out to the rear with some gentle pulling. There will be then exposed two small bolts on either side of the radio. Unscrew them and the radio pulls out, the antenna wire and plug for the wiring harness will have to be disconnected. Note you will have to have an adapter for your panasonic to plug it into the GM wiring socket. If you stroll over to ebay motors you can find these adapters and find many replacements in case you break the cosmetic piece when you remove it.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
You might want to consider replacement of the vehicle speed sensor it is located in the transmission usually the end of speedometer cable plugs into it or it could be a separate unit.
Posted on Dec 13, 2010
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