Sometimes when i turn off the engine,get out of the car and then return 5 or 10 minutes later the heater blower motor is running. If i put the in the key in the ignitoin turn to the run position and turn off again this will fix it 9 of 10 times but not always. I can go days with no problems and then i shut off the car, go to bed and awake to a dead battery.Can you please help me? thanks gary @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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There are 2 different engines for the 92 SL,they are 1992 Saturn SL 1.9L TBI SOHC 4cyl 1992 Saturn SL 1.9L MFI DOHC 4cyl Here's a link to the blower motor resister,it's located next to the blower motor,2 screws hold it on.
you have dirty cervo valves.Pour one pint of deisel fuel into transmission let run for approx.5 minutes.Drain all of fluid out.Change filter on front of transmission(it looks like a oil filter)replace fluid and that should take care of problem.
Bad ground will do that. Check battery terminal first, then the second place to check is grounds on the side of the motor where transmission bolts are. Then the starter itself can be corroded right where it lays against the motor, where it is bolted on. This can happen due to too much oil running down on it as well. Last of all the starter can be bad. It is best to have it diagnosised first before guessing at any repairs though.
No need to tear the dash out. The blower is located above the
passenger's feet, below the glove compartment. You access it from
underneath. Three small black bolts hold it on and there is a two wire electrical
connector on the bottom that must be removed. The motor drops down with the fan blade attached. Should take about 5 or 10 minutes to remove.
I have a '93 SL2 and the interior is the same as an SL1 or 2 from '92, '93, '94 and maybe even a '95.
my only guess is a vacuum hose leak. possibly a loose air filter housing, or the mass air flow sensor. look for any hoses unplugged. if nothing is noticed, try cleaning out your fuel system. if that doesnt solve it, then it would be something an experienced mechanic would have to come and examine it personally.
Disconnect connector at blower under pass side of dash.Check for power & ground with the blower switch in the #4 speed (High).Most Likely a blower motor if all 4 speeds are out.If high works but no other speeds,you need a blower resistor.Blower easy to change 3 screws & one connector.hope this helps
Cooling fan is controlled by ECM But does have a sensor located under the upper radiator hose at cyclinder head.Yellow & Black wires also check the connector for corrosion,replace also if corroded!! Heater Fan Check for power & ground At blower motor under pass side of dash.One connector.