Question about 1993 Saturn SC1
Posted by Anonymous on
Could be a body control module that went bad, but should have the service engine soon light investigated.
Have the car scanned by an OBD-II scanner by your local technician or by an auto parts store like Autozone or Advance. Many times they will do it for free.
Be aware that the body control module is separate from the engine computer which OBD-II was designed to scan.
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