Question about 2003 Saturn VUE
You won't know why the engine light is on unless you get the OBDII port hooked to a scanner to get the code or codes that have been cited by the ECM (Engine Control Module). You should do this first, especially since you notice a problem with the trans-a malfunctioning trans is very expensive to repair and can be fatal in very short order. you can get it scanned for free at numerous retail auto parts operations like Advance Auto, Auto Zone, Aamco transmissions (be aware they will try to sell you something-be prepared to say thanks and investigate the actual codes, so write them down).
The hood will take getting underneath the front of the car and figuring out a way to pull the cable to the latch-some disassembly may be necessary to put yourself in a position to do this, some are easy to do and some are quite difficult. A good body shop should be able to do this for you without it costing a lot of money.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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