Question about 2005 Saturn VUE
Check the crankshaft position sensor. Old oil (infrequently changed) can foul them up. The sensor has to "see" certain points on the crankshaft. Dirty or bad oil can prevent the "seeing" from occuring. You can turn the key all you want, it will crank but never start. Sometimes, when the sludge settles, it will run again. If this solves your problem, you seriously need an engine flush and then frequently change your oil. Clean oil is more importaint than most people realize. hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 29, 2010
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