Saturn wagon

John Wright
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Asked by Feb 20, 2013 at 04:28 PM about the 1996 Saturn S-Series 4 Dr SW1 Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Parked my 96 Saturn wagon a yr ago was running when i parked it had no fuel in it so i put about 10 gal in tank went to start it it will crank but no start checked plug wires and got no spark so i replaced plug wires and still no go also replaced ignition coil and still nothing running out of idea's.

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Tom Demyan
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Since it had no fuel in it, your fuel lines and pump are probably slugged.varnished up. WIthout replacing all of your fuel system, I'd have it towed to a local garage and have them check it out for you. The electrical might be a ground or another wire that is corroded. You might save some money in the short term.

Alex Nazarian
1,355

When you turn the key to accessory, can you hear the fuel pump start to run?

John Wright
10

Just checked and i do not hear fuel pump at all.

Alex Nazarian
1,355

You need to figure out why the pump isnt kicking on. Could be a bad pump, but id check your fuel pump fuse first, then work your way back to the pump electrically.

John Wright
10

Checked fuses all good wires seem fine so thinking time for a fuel pump. : - (

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