I drove my saturn l300 all day put gas in went to the store and now will not start won't kick over


Asked by Mar 01, 2014 at 09:19 PM about the Saturn L300

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Will it start with a jump start? If so you have a battery or dirty/loose battery connection. Test battery voltage and when you get it running again test the alternator output voltage it should be around 14.5 volts to keep your battery fully charged. If not putting out that voltage your alternator is bad and causing your battery to go dead.

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The battery is fine, sounds like it wants to start but cannot? Fuel in some way?


Oh ok. It's turning over but won't start. Test fuel pressure at fuel rail. Could be faulty fuel pressure regulator or fuel pump.


I went to auto zone used the OBD tester it showed these codes PO455 and PO452 both talk about the fuel cap defective or missing a cracked hose or not connected. Fuel tank sensor defective. what the hell now?

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