Question about 1996 Saturn SL
When I got my saturn Sc2 the first thing that went was the starter .......kind of a pain to change if your your not smaller but definately doable.........I would first take the starter to an autoparts store and have them test it 4 u .....its free......If you do have to replace it then grab a Haynes Manual while you are there.....It will tell you step by step.....For myself it wasn't to hard as long as you've got the tools you should be fine ....you will definately need a jack and jackstands though. Probably the worst part about it was the akward position you have to have your arm in but that was bearable.
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
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