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I have a 2001 saturn sl1 that will not turn over. my starter is fine my battery is fine and i just replaced the ignition switch an it still will not start. could it be the ignition lock cylinder?

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Hi! Does it even crank? I strongly suggest that you replace the ignition coil as a first course of action. If it's worn you'll have a no start result. Good luck on this. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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