Question about 1993 Saturn SL2
There is a small gear in the odometer that is a common problem. Had the same thing in my 1993 SL2. Went to the junk yard, and two other similar cars had the same gear bad with 90k less milkes than mine (or at least they showed 90k less - who knows how long the odometer wasn't working). Found better quality replacement nylon gear on E-Bay for $20.00. Requires removal of instrument cluster.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my speedometer on my saturn
This is most likely due to a poor connection from your speedometer cable to your transmission/transaxle. Often when a transmission is replaced this happens. If you have a way to identify your speedometer/transaxle connection. Locate it, if it seems to be loose remove it and aggressively clean w/proper solvent. If that is not the case then you have a faulty instument cluster and it needs to be replaced.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
1. Raise the front of the car and support on jack stands.
2. Remove negative battery cable.
3. Crawl under the car and locate the starter.
4. Remove 13 mm nut securing power cable to the starter and pull cable to the side.
5. Remove 10 mm nut securing the ignition wire to the solenoid and pull wire to the side.
6. Using a ratchet with a 13 mm socket and 6" extension, remove the 2 bolts securing the starter to the transmission.
7. Remove starter.
Installation is reverse of removal.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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