Question about 1996 Saturn SL
It could be many things. Do you have any engine lights on? It could be a fuel pump going bad, two bad(clogged) injectors,blow fuses, a bad ecu,bad o2 sensors...etc. These cars are known for have expensive problems. Try to get to autozone and have it scanned, see if you have any codes, it will narrow the search down to a minimum. Try a can of seafoam(autozone,ace). It may help and its a cheap start.
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