20 Most Recent 1998 Saturn SC Questions & Answers


When in doubt call your local dealer MAKE UNKNOWN and ask them

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Oct 20, 2017


What you speak of is called a hiem joint. There has to be a sleeve or ring still on the trans rod the holds the ball in the socket. Look on the shift rod and see is it still there. If yes, pop the ball back in the socket and the ring back in on the ball, Find out what holds the ring in against the ball and fix that.

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Jul 15, 2017


Go here and see if the site has the diagram. http://bbbind.com/free_tsb.html

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Sep 06, 2016


Don't worry I'm sure you will get the solution of your problem, just check the link I attach Best Manuals

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Jun 17, 2016


have you checked the cylinder compressions as backfire and blue smoke can be a symptom of low compression , either rings or valve seats but would need a dropdown test to be sure

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Sep 20, 2015


No, timing is not like that any more. Timing lights are almost obsolite. Your computer takes care of all of that now. Disconnect your battery for a few minutes and connect it again, this will reset your engine timing

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Jan 03, 2015


Is the car idleing at around 3000rpm ?
if yes intake gasket 8 hr job

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


I have this on my car right now it maybe the door frame where the bolt is bolted to that bolt and the 2 nuts on the door jam need to be removed to get that part out and the kick panle will have to remove to get part out of car

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


do you have a scrap yard near you that will let you pick your own parts if so go to them and tell them what you are after and ask if you can pull you own part that will give you the now how on what plug gose where and how to unplug and remove the part you need

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


corrosion on you battery terminal will create high resistance.inspect the battery connectors and wire. if you find white/blue crystals on you terminal disconnect and clean. the battery cable must be gold/light brown.If the wire are black/blue that mean is burn from bad(lose) connection to the terminal and need replacement.Inspect all ground connection betvin battery and body for corrosion or lose
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1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Mar 24, 2014


Could be a coil, relay, fuel pump, or several other components.
Do you loose fuel pressure or spark when it stalls ?

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Aug 26, 2013


lock the car using the key to reset the alarm

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Jul 11, 2013


CODE PO341 IS CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR SIGNAL RANGE PERFORMANCE CONDITIONS. CODE PO401 IS INSUFFICIENT EGR FLOW DETECTED CONDITIONS. CLEAN CARBON BUILD UP OUT EGR SOLENOID PORT HOLE IN THE INTAKE MANIFOLD.REPLACE THE EGR VALVE SOLENOID GASKET.ANY TIME DISTURB REMOVE GASKET.IF YOU REUSE OLD EGR VALVE GASKET YOU WILL GET VACUUM LEAK CAUSE HIGH IDLING PROBLEMS. WHEN REPLACING SPARK PLUGS. USE WHAT FACTORY CALL FOR.YOU NEED AC TYPE PLUGS. IF THEY WHERE PLATINUM PLUGS YOU HAVE TO REPLACE WITH SAME PLATINUM PLUGS.

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on May 08, 2013


There should be a cable that goes from the key lock to the shifter. That cable may be broken. There should also be a lock solenoid that requires you to push on the brake pedal to get the shifter out of park.
You would need to disassemble the console to get access to the shifter and then inspect these components.

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Apr 14, 2013


This may not be anything but you might consider looking to see if you have a similiar set up on your Saturn:http://www.clublexus.com/forums/sc-400-300/544821-for-anybody-experiencing-white-smoke-at-startup-check-this-out.html

Depends on how much smoke you are getting as to how serious it could be. Just a little could be nightly condensation. A good bit could be failing valve seals. You don't have oil in the water or water in the oil and I am assuming you aren't loosing water on a daily basis so no blown head gasket, we hope.

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Oct 02, 2012


Check to see if your catalit converter is pluged up

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on May 30, 2012


check the wires. check the connector. Make sure the bulb is the correct one. Use a test light or voltmeter VDC 12 volt to test the circuit. Good luck.

1998 Saturn SC | Answered on Apr 30, 2012

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