Question about 1994 Saturn Sl
Check the ECTS (Engine Coolant Temp Sensor), it is a sensor on the Driver side of the engine with a 13MM Deep Socket. The sensors were made of Resin Tips, and were prone to failing and cracking after a period of time. A replacement can be bought from your local auto parts store for about $10-$15. Replace this sensor, The new sensor will be Brass Tipped. This should help with the car dying off. After you replace the sensor, the car will run smoother and should not stall.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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