what could be wrong

Asked by Jul 25, 2014 at 11:55 AM about the 2007 Saturn Aura XE

Question type: General

"My saturn 2007 aura xe 3.5 engined 6 cyl with 4 speed transmission temp gauge is not
moving. There is no check engine light on and my air stopped working. Also my
oil indicator comes on and off intermedently. What is wrong"

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Your car is getting old and is starting to break down. These seem to be different problems related to normal wear and tear. Each problem will not be cheap to repair. It's probably time to think about trading it in for a newer car unless you want to pay for each repair. It doesn't sound like you have experience repairing things yourself.

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