Question about 1999 Saturn SL
I have one, so here you go-check compression, if it's good (should be 190+ all cylinders), clean the throttle body (remove it, not hard to do, 4 bolts) and clean it both sides, and remove the idle air controller and the throttle position sensor and clean them-throw on a set of plug wires, a set of plugs NGK's, copper)-after that change the Engine coolant temperature sensor (8 bucks), and change the oil-for another $100, you'll have a great little car, good on gas, for years but watch the oil level...they do burn oil.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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