2000 Saturn started and then stopped. Now it won't start. It turns over. Sounds like starter isn't engaging. Suggestions?

Asked by Oct 06, 2014 at 01:23 PM about the 2000 Saturn L-Series 4 Dr LS1 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If it turns over the starter is engaged.

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Thank you, TransAm77. Any other suggestions?

23,230

Do you have gas in the tank? If so it could be a fuel pump. It could be a long list of things like: spark plugs, plug wires/boots, coil packs, one of many sensors on or around the engine. Any warning lights on in the dash?

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I have 3/4 tank of gas. No warning lights. Fuel pump replaced 3 years ago. Again, thank you, TransAm77

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Try the tune up parts I mentioned above. Plugs, wires/boots, coil packs ect.

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Will do! Thanks so much!

could be the timing chain slippage, partial recalls for that...see http://www.ncconsumer.org/news-articles/nccc-advises-consumers-to- avoid-22l-saturn-l-series-vehicles.html for more info

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