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The 1997 SL2 has a fuse for the cigarette lighter in a panel that is next to where the left foot of a passenger would be. The panel just pops off - held on by velcro.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Feb 08, 2012


Is it a Twin Cam?? Does it Have a sharp miss at launch??

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 19, 2012


there is no dip stick. you will have to take to some one to check unless you are good with cars

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 06, 2012


this is most likely caused by a burnt set contacts in the starter motor solenoid (very common problem), u can repair the solenoid or just replace the starter. the parts are avail at Iowa motor parts.com

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Jan 06, 2012


if it starts to slip it possibly needs to get overhauled.automatic trans systems work with very small tolerances. there are bands inside and if they are worn out performance degrades. check your fluid. if it either has a bad smell or debris inside, no luck.

but give it a try and get its bands adjusted. this procedure called band adjustment. after removing A T pan, it is adjusted by screws. mechanics know how to do and they require torque wrench to do this.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Dec 03, 2011


if you havent found it . it is on the frame under where you fill your brake fluid

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Dec 03, 2011


Could be several things. First, when car is fully warmed up, open hood and feel your two heater hoses coming out of firewall. Make sure your heater control is on hot, both hoses should feel hot. If only one is hot, your heater core inside heater case is either restricting flow (clogged) or an air pocket is restricting flow in your coolant(need to "burp" system-get all the air out of your cooling system) . If heater core is good, and circulating good, then you may have a temp. control door that is inoperative under dash, and not allowing air to move over your heater core. Good luck.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Oct 23, 2011


GM code 12 is basically no distributor or ignition reference. You will always get that when the engine is not running and you just ignore it.
Are you have an issue with the vehicle? Let me know everything and maybe I can help out.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Oct 14, 2011


Hello and welcome to FixYa!

As a first course of action, I strongly suggest that you remove the positive battery connector and let it sit for at least 5mins. before reconnecting it. This will reset the system and can get your vehicle back to it's normal operation.

Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Oct 13, 2011


Ouch. that's awful high. Check your accelerator linkage on the engine for binding, obstructions, not returning to idle position. You may have a huge vacuum leak: any hissing noise, odd noises? Check all your vacuum lines for cracking, brittleness, not connected, etc. How does car run otherwise? Had a tune-up lately? Also, you should have your engine computer scanned for trouble codes- Autozone will do scans and give you code numbers and descriptions for free-so will lots of national chains. A trouble code may direct you to a sensor malfunction. One or two of your sensors have a lot to do with controlling idle speed, but it could be a lot of other things, too. Don't give up. Persevere to persevere!

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Oct 13, 2011


Just one, or all? At any rate, it's probably your switch on the door panel. You need to pull the panel off to get to the switch to find the problem. Also ckeck your window motor for operation. May need to put 12 volts there from a battery to check it. Sometimes a wire breaks from chaffing where the wires enter the door. At the switch, with key on, there is one hot wire going in. Find that one and verify that you have power to the switch. If you do, and the motor is functional, then, likely you need a new switch.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Oct 12, 2011


cv joint

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Sep 12, 2011


it is inside the gas tank, like about everything made since 1991. you have to remove the tank, kind of a messy and complicated task, plus all the mounting hardware is rusted tight and will break off in your hands. get a repair manual on eBay for about 5 bucks, read it and think about it before you start tearing things out.

the car is worth about 500 bucks, a new pump is about half that much. you might want to think about buying a 99 saturn with lower mileage instead of fixing that one. i had 4 of them and in my humble opinion the best saturn ever was a 99 stick wagon. i am sure the sedan was just as good and there are many out there.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Sep 06, 2011


that is what junkyards, "auto recyclers", and craigslist are for. stay away from eBay as the cost to ship a window is more than buying a new one.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Aug 30, 2011


If your car is overheating when you drive it,but you have replaced and made sure the radiator fan motor is working and coming on,you have flushed the system and replaced all your cooling components,then you may have a blown head gasket.Check for a milky white look to your oil dipstick.If so,you have a blown head gasket.or you might also have an air pocket in your cooling system that you need to bleed out.Good luck.

1995 Saturn Sl | Answered on Aug 23, 2011

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