How do I Replace a 1999 Saturn Solenoid?

Answer Unlike other vehicles in which you can simply change the solenoid, with the Saturn you have to change the starter as well. The assembly is a single unit, and you have to replace it that way. But th... Read More »

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How to Replace the Starter Solenoid on a 1997 Saturn SC2?

Saturn produced the SC2 coupe from 1997 to 2002. The vehicle was available with either an 8-valve 85 horsepower engine or a 16-valve 124 horsepower engine. The solenoid is actually part of the star... Read More »

How to Replace the Solenoid in a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee?

A bad solenoid is typically indicated when the starter motor fails to operate. However, there are other malfunctions that can cause the same symptom. The starter solenoid on a 1999 Jeep Grand Chero... Read More »

How to Replace the CPS in a 1999 Saturn?

The CPS, or crankshaft position sensor, defines and signals the engine position to your Saturn's computer. A failing sensor will result in uneven idle, stuttering acceleration and, in some cases, r... Read More »

How to Replace a Starter on a 1999 Saturn?

The starter in a 1998 Saturn mounts to the engine in the same location as most late model vehicles. It mounts below the engine, into the bell housing. In traditional fashion, the starter solenoid i... Read More »