Question about 1996 Saturn SL
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: '98 SL2 Saturn Traction Control
Traction control helps limit tire slip in acceleration on slippery surfaces. In the past you had to feather the gas pedal to prevent the drive wheels from spinning wildly on slippery pavement. Many of today's vehicles employ electronic controls to limit power delivery for the driver, eliminating wheel slip and helping the driver accelerate under control. Don't turn it off.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
I have the same car and had the same problem, when you pull down the head liner you will find the motor for the moon roof. i disconnected the motor so that i could analyze it. i found that the gears in the moon roof motor are made of plastic and most of the gear teeth were chewed off. i disconnected the wireing harness from the motor and left it unplugged, i then pushed the moon roof back into position and tightened the screws to the moon roof. That is the way i left it for the past 2 years, because i was not about to spend the money t fix the motor.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I just had the same problem,also door locks would not engage when shifted out of park. Had problem for a week now all is ok didnt do anything
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
Nobody can legally tell you the code. Contact any Saturn/GM dealership and have your VIN written down as a reference. It might take them a day or three to get back to you, but usually they can track the unlock code from VIN data you supply and relay that information back to you. Also, check your owner's manual - that PASSLOCK security code may have been manually written inside the cover flap, typically 4 digits. Use push buttons on the radio face to enter the code, a combination of pushing the seek/tune and scan/skip arrow keys will usually do the trick.
Outside of that - might have to let the dealership handle it for you.
Posted on May 10, 2010
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