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How do you remove the transmission from a 1998 saturn sl2 without removing the whole motor

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You have to remove the tire, all the brake and suspension parts, and the engine mount. This will allow you to get proper access to the transmission and will allow you to remove the transmission. That is why it is easier to remove the the engine tranny and all.

Posted on May 29, 2011

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Where do I find the location to check and fill transmission fluid on a 5 speed manual sl2?


Your tranny is on the right bottom of the engine. There should be a dipstick in that area. Same place you add the fluid.

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How can the speed governor be removed on a 1993 saturn sl2, 1.9 liter with manual transmission?


i owned 5 saturns and i never heard of a speed governor on one. mine were all 4 cylinders and would top out at the end of the engine's oomph, not from any mechanical limitation.

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I have a 2001 Saturn SL2 and need to know thelocation of the tcc solenoid. Can U help?


TCC solenoid is located in the valve body on top of the transmission. Once you have the valve body top removed, the TCC solenoid is the third one from the left.

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May 20, 2010 | 2001 Saturn SL

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I have a 1998 Saturn SL2 that has a strange transmission issue


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Need the correct steps to change the alternator on a 1998 saturn SL2


1st take the positive post off when you start removing it. You will have to remove the ball joint on that side to get it off.

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New starter motor looks different from the original


remove the bracket..starter motors are going to a brushless motor
in which makes them smaller. just make sure the bolt holes are the same on the housing if they are go ahead remove it, and install the starter.

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Got in my 2000 Saturn sl2 after going in to get my son. Got in the car started. Made a terrible bucking noise and hesitated to go in reverse but when it did it bucked the whole car and then on the way home...


This car is known to have a couple problems with the automatic transmission. One possibility is that the differential pin has come loose and his hitting on the inside of the transmission. This requires an overhaul, however it doesn't sound like your problem. This transmission is also known for having the valve body in the transmission wear out and cause erratic shifting. This could be your problem. It is still a fairly expensive repair, but does not require the transmission to be removed or overhauled. Hope this helps.

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