Question about 1996 Saturn SL
Posted by Anonymous on
It's possible that either your crank position sensor is cracked from the heat and won't allow the car to restart and/or your thermostat has failed in the closed or partially closed position. Also the Engine Coolant Temp sensor is likely cracked because it is plastic. It's a $10 part and easily replaceable. Replacement of the ECTS first, then thermostat, and then CPS in that order should have you running again.
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