i need help i cant find the fuel pump relay for my 2002 sturn l200 please help me somebody

Asked by Jul 11, 2013 at 11:39 PM about the 2002 Saturn L-Series 4 Dr L200 Sedan

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What is the car doing? (By any chance is it refusing to start, or go in gear, especially when hot?) I had the exact same car and thought I needed fuel pump, even replaced fuel filters. Was looking into relay and found out it was ignition control module. There was a recall on them that I never knew about. Was also told it could be body control module. A Saturn technician I found online told me this is common with these cars. Bad part is the module is expensive and has to be bought new through dealer and programmed to your car with computer. I don't know if GM would honor recall, they do work on Saturns since Saturn went out of business. Mine would only run early morning and late evening when it was cool, so I took it back to used dealer in the morning and got new vehicle. In retrospect, not very ethical, but I was broke and needed to be able to get to work. Hope this helped and I am not just rambling.

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