My 2006 saturn stalls when i make a right hand turn!

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Asked by Mar 04, 2015 at 06:53 PM about the 2006 Saturn ION Coupe Auto

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Sent it to my mechanic when it first happened,but he didn't detect anything.  So I got it
back from him only to have it happen again.  So i brought it back to him.  We both took it
out for a drive and nothing happened.  He then asked me if it happens when the gas is
low in the tank and I couldn't recall.  He said to wait until the car has a 1/4 tank of gas or
less and see if it happens then.  Could the problem be the gauge in the tank?

4 Answers

2,245

Not the gage,but you're machanic is thinking it might be the fuel pump starting to fail.

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My mechanic did mention the fuel pump. But do you think it will only happen when the fuel level is low?

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2,245

Yes, it could be sucking up dirt and debris from the bottom of the tank when it is low.

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12,550

could also be a bad baffle in the tank.

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