Question about Saturn SL2
The saturn SL & SC engines 91-99 are essentially all the same, especially when it comes to the starter. It is on the back of the engine, under the intake manifold and over the exhaust and subframe components and is extremely difficult to get at. That is why there are so many questions on here about this same issue. If you do not have a lift, and a large selection of tools, this job is damn near impossible. Get a rebuilt starter at a parts store and pay a small shop to put it in for you. Keep away from dealers and chain muffler shops.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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