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try on the floor next to the boot release--- on the dash next to the boot release. Read the hand book to make sure.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Mar 28, 2013

You may have the timing marks off on the cam and crank shafts.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Mar 23, 2013

may be you should make a diagnostic and you can do it in a garage or you can do it by yourself if you want to do it by yourself you need some tools and you can find some good ones here: chinasinoy.com

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Mar 07, 2013

Ck both fuse boxes...one by passenger left foot panel and one under the hood.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Feb 26, 2013

fuse, circuit breaker,relay.....or wiring problem!

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Feb 10, 2013

You could have a vacuum hose disconnected or a hole in a vacuum hose. See my "How To" on finding a vacuum leak.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 24, 2013

You have a head gasket problem. Check oil as well, there is probably coolant in there as well. Is the tail pipe putting out a lot of white steam?

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 21, 2013

i belive its the crankshaft postion sensor try replacing that

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 14, 2013

Sounds like the friction surface of the clutch disc is slipping. You would have to install a new clutch (clutch disc, pressure plate, and clutch release bearing), and have the flywheel surface cut and polished back to perfect smooth by a shop.
Manual transmission gears don't slip like automatics. And lack of fluid in the transaxle or the hydraulic clutch system won't cause this either.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 03, 2013

yes and it can be a severe vibration in the passenger compartment

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Dec 11, 2012

1. Relieve the fuel pressure. (in order to relieve fuel pressure: 1. remove fuel cap. 2. remove fuel pump relay from the relay panal located under the center console. 3. start engine and wait for engine to stall, then turn off the ignition key. 4. Position a small screwdriver in the fuel pressure test port and carefully depress the valve to allow any excess fuel to bleed out of the fuel line.)
2. Remove the cable from the negative battery terminal.
3. Remove the fuel tank.
4. The fuel pump/fuel level sending unit assembly is located inside the fuel tank. Its held in place by a lock ring. Using a brass punch and hammer, carefully tap the lock ring couterclockwise and sperate the cover from the tank. ***WARNING*** Don not use a steel punch-a spark could cause an explosion.
5. Pull the fuel pump assembly out of the tank. Be careful when manipulating the module out of the fuel tank. it will be necesarry to angle it in various positions as you extract it.
6. Remove the O ring from the opening.
7. Inspect the filter on the lower end of the fuel pump. If its dirty, clean it with solvent and blow it out with compressed air. If its too dirty to be cleaned, replace it.
8. The Fuel pum cannot be disassembled except for removal of the fuel level sending unit. In the event of a defective fuel pump, replace the eniter assembly as a single unit or module.

Hope this Helps!

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Dec 03, 2012

You probably got gunk from bottom of tank sucked into pump after you ran it to low and now it is blocking gas from getting past. Happens often when ppl run their vehicles out of gas. You will probably need to take pump out and clean screen.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Nov 01, 2012

Don't need to bleed a master cylinder

When you have some inside pushing on the
brake pedal, as you open & close the bleeders, the fluid
will leave the master & go out the open caliper or wheel cyl

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Oct 09, 2012

the trans just take auto trans fluid dextron 2 or 3 is fine

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Sep 29, 2012

I'm 99% positive that compression should be more than 200psi. If the chain broke it bent valves. A used motor would be your better option. The 1.9 SOHC is a cheap and common engine. The 1.9 DOHC will be considerably more expensive.

If you have a manual transmission the engine and trans will need to be pulled together and separated out of the car. If you have an automatic transmission the engine can be removed without pulling the transmission.

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1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Sep 20, 2012

time for a rebuild. hard to find someone to work on saturn because of parts issues

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Sep 14, 2012

have you checked whether you have enough freon in to start the compressor?

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Sep 08, 2012

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