I have not had this problem on my Saturn, but I had a 90' Plymouth Acclaim which had the same problem. I would first check all of the fuses, but then try replacing the relay. There is no need to buy new either. If you have a good junk yard you can get one real cheap that should last a long time. Typically they will let you take as much extra wire as you need as well so it is easy to replace.
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CarGurusMar 9, 2013 - when the car is accelerating it blows warm air but as soon as u come to a ... Not Active ... I have a 2007 Saturn aura, same as a Chevy Malibu . ... n my 2009 impala and done a flush and then my car started to do right on heat.
do you have a/c on your car if you do turn it on and see if the cooling fan comes on ! if it don't you will need to replace it after you check to see if there is power going to the fan
if the fan comes on then the t-stat will need to be replaced
no it should not run in accessory position and the reason i suspect is a contact breakage inside the ignition switch which is on the end of then steering lock .so long as it stops when you take the key out leave well alone to the switch packs up completely as it could last for years and you might have bought a newer car before it goes completely
never seen a saturn in my life ,but if it is a 1999 model then it should be in the radiator ,only newer cars have them in the head ,but their are exceptions to this rule but few and far between and mainly *** or french
Do not let this car over heat a blown head gasket will ensue. Locate and replace the fan relay, if that doesn't fix the problem unplug fan and use jumper wires to ground the plug then feed power to the positive side of plug to check fan, if that doesn't work replace the coolant temperature sensor located somewhere near the intake manifold or thermostat housing area.
chances are the motor or your heater went out try kicking the housing or tapping on the motor and listen if it makes any nois or even starts going make sure you have the fan turned on when you try this also to make sure your switch is good disconect the wires at the moter turn on the heater and see if you have voltage you can use a test light or a multimeter on dc