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1996 saturn sl 1 runs hot change thermostat temp sensor no leaks still runs hot

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Check head gasket it might be blown this will cause overheating to

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96 saturn getting hot but has water then doesnt start back up


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.

May 09, 2010 | 1996 Saturn SL

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98 Saturn SL overheating


Change the thermostat for the heating problems. As for the hard to start when hot, check your air filter. Change your fuel filter and check the fuel pressure. Check your engine ground connection. Check the connections in your ignition system. Change your idle control sensor. Could be any one or combination of the above.

Jun 21, 2009 | 1998 Saturn SL

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1996 sl1 water pump went out...replaced then it super overheated....thermostat must have stuck....then it worked fine except now it won't start cold I have to push start it. Then it is hard to start on...


Be sure your coolant level is OK first. When a water pump or other cooling system part is replaced air blocks in the system are not uncommon. If the engine overheated, this could have fried the coolant temp. sensor (ECT) causing the hard starting. (It might think the  engines always hot) ECT are pretty cheap. Just replace it and see what happens.

Mar 20, 2009 | 1996 Saturn SL

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Looking for the thermostat location 1996 saturn sl


follow the top radiator hose back the the engine. You will find the housing there with 2 bolts.
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Dec 25, 2008 | 1996 Saturn SL

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Car runs hot - can overheat


try flushing the cooling system and then bleed the cooling system. hope this helps.

Oct 17, 2008 | 1996 Saturn SL

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