How to Replace a Starter on a 1999 Saturn?

Answer 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 »

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How to Locate the Starter on a 1999 Saturn?

Unlike on most other vehicles, you can see the starter on the 1999 Saturn at the top of the engine. It sits above the transmission of the car. You can gain easy access to it after removing several ... 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 the Starter in a Saturn L300?

Saturn equipped the L300 with a PG-260D, non-serviceable starter motor on its L81 engines. Unlike some starter motors that can be serviced at the component level and rebuilt, the Saturn L300's star... Read More »

How to Replace a Starter in a 1993 Saturn?

The starter motor in your 1993 Saturn helps fire up the vehicle by cranking the engine. But the ignition switch can't enable the starter if its armature or solenoid has shorted or opened, the pinio... Read More »