Question about 2001 Saturn L-Series
Our car suddenly stopped starting without warning. It is a 4 cyl., 2.2 liter, 2001 Saturn L-series sedan. The engine turns, but it won't turn over. We have changed the fuel pressure regulator and the ignition coil pack. The engine is giving no codes. We are unable to check the fuel pressure due to we can't get the engine started, however the fuel pump is coming on and fuel is gushing to the fuel pressure regulator when you turn the key (we know this because it was visible when the regulator was removed.) When the ignition coil was checked, we were getting spark on two plugs - we replaced that and now are getting spark on all four. The starter and solenoid have also been replaced. Any suggestions????
There is a recall on this model for problems with the Engine Control Module/Coil Pack. This causes the engine to not start. Take it to the nearest Saturn dealer and get it repaired free of charge. This problem can eventually burn up your catyletic converter which will lead to much more costly repairs. There are actually 3 recalls on this vehicle. Take it to the dealer and get it taken care of. It will be like driving a new car once the repairs have been made!
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
Check the timing belt sounds to me that it has broke
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