Question about Saturn SL
When the car does not want to start you need to
check if the starter is not wanting to turn or if it's not getting the
12v need to turn. I'm assuming that you have a voltmeter and test the voltage at the starter
when it does not want to turn; if you can see 12v when attempting to start
but it does not turn that means your starter is bad.
However if you measure and you don't get the 12v then the ignition cylinder is bad (where you put the key in). This is actually a common problem, when you turn your key it supplies power to your electronics but does not supply power to the starter. Saturns have problems with the ignition cylinder or key cylinder.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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