How to Check the Oil Level on a Saturn L300?

Answer The Saturn L300 has been around since 2001. It was designed to compete with midsize sedans and offered a 3.0-liter V6 engine. In 2004, the L300 was offered with a 2.2-liter 4-cylinder engine (forme... Read More »

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How to Check the Coolant Level Switch on a Saturn?

The coolant level switch notifies the second-generation, onboard diagnostic system (OBD-II) when your radiator becomes low on coolant. Over time, this sensor can become corroded and stop working pr... Read More »

How to Check the Coolant Level Switch in a 1998 Saturn?

The Saturn has a red indicator on the lower right side of the dashboard that appears when the engine coolant level is low. The first thing to check is the coolant level in the expansion tank. If ... Read More »

How to Check the Transmission Fluid Level on a 2002 Saturn Ion 2.2?

Automatic transmission fluid, commonly referred to as ATF, is specialized oil used in gear lubrication, valve operation and brake band friction on a vehicle. Automatic transmission fluid is colored... Read More »

Specifications for a 2003 Saturn L300?

The L300 is part of Saturn's 2003 L-Series, a line of cars and station wagons. The L300 is a four-door sedan originally priced just below $21,000. As of late 2010, the 2003 L300 is valued between $... Read More »