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Saturn L-Series Model Overview

Saturn L-Series Questions

ksherwood_24
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Saturn 2003 L200 Security Problem And Battery Continuously Dying (battery I...

Hello, i am having issues with my 2002 l200 saturn. About 5 months ago the car wouldn't start in a parking lot and luckily we were next to an oil changing location so one of the guys came over and...

9 views with 5 answers (last answer 19 hours ago)
tmusich
0

Whats The Cost Of Replacing Gas Tank In 2002 L200

Mechanic states leak from gas tank and needs to replace gas tank

6 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)
diertdober
0

Fusses Relay

I have 2001 L-Series Saturn: was run when parked, went to start two weeks later no fire check fuse box. All fusses good not getting power to six of fusses for ignition under hood. Is there by chance a...

16 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 weeks ago)
arbe
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2001 Saturn L300 6 Cyl Hard To Start After Refueling

What is the cause of my 2001 L300 6 cyl. having a hard time starting after refueling but once it does start rus rough for a very short time and sometimes stalls then once running good all is fine unti...

12 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)
jccolon86
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Saturn L300 Bcm

I have a 2002 L300 with a bad bcm. All the gauges and a/c stop working and when I took it to pep boys I was told about the bcm. I bought a new bcm from a Chevrolet dealership (with the car VIN#) and m...

37 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 weeks ago)

About the Saturn L-Series

The L-Series came at an important time for customers wondering when Saturn would expand a compact-heavy lineup.  This midsize model came in sedan and wagon trims, and reviewers felt that its features stacked up reasonably well against the Accord and Camry.  However, experts questioned whether this model had come a little too late to make an impression in the market.  Saturn needed to make up for lost time in promoting a solid product.  
The L-Series changed its name to the L300 for 2004.