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Saturn S-Series Model Overview

Saturn S-Series Questions

joeshields63
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If The Neutral Safety Switch Is Bad, Can That Cause My 1999 Saturn Sl2 Car ...

My car started and I pulled it out of the drive way to park it on the street. I turned off the car and then went back a few minutes later to start the car and I got nothing when I turned the key, no c...

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Denise Pirl
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My 2001 Sc Saturn Starts When The Engine Is Cold But After It Runs A While ...

please help

6 views with 1 answer (last answer about a day ago)
JesseChad
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Why Won't My Saturn Stay Running?

I have a '94 Saturn SL2 with 183,000 miles on it. It usually runs like a champ. It has been parked for the last 2-3 months. Started it today and it idled hard - high/low rpm's, had cloudy air coming o...

5 views with 1 answer (last answer about a day ago)
EsemonRaymond
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My Car Has Been Overheating All Week.

I have 2001 Saturn SC2 that has been overheating all week, I've taken it to my mechanic twice and he's replaced water gallon to my cooling system. But it still over heats, could it a pipe that's ...

8 views with 4 answers (last answer 3 days ago)
lights
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Do The High Beam Go On The Inside Or The Slot Closest To The Turn Singal On...

3 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 days ago)

About the Saturn S-Series

A wise man once said that you never forget your first.  If that adage holds true, then the S-Series will hold a special place in the hearts of Saturn fans.  This compact model debuted in late 1990 and enjoyed a healthy run through the decade and into the 21st century.  In addition to providing domestic competition for the the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, the S-Series established Saturn's reputation as a solid alternative for budget-conscious consumers.  
The series began with 3 sedans and a coupe in 1991.  Saturn introduced the S-Series wagon in 1993 and kept the same general trim lineup until 1999, when it introduced the unique 3 door coupe.  All trims used a 1.9 L I4 engine with either 100 or 124 hp.   Sales began to flag in the late 1990's as consumers grew weary of the bland design and mediocre performance.  As a result, Saturn ended production in 2002 and replaced the S-Series with the Ion the next year.