1993 SL2 intermittent miss

Discussion in 'Saturn S-series' started by The Edgleys, Oct 26, 2003.

  1. The Edgleys

    The Edgleys Guest

    Dear Saturn Owners

    I have a 1993 SL2 with 165k miles on it. It has recently developed an
    intermittent miss. So far I have replaced the plugs and air filter. The
    plug wires were changed about 25k miles ago. Any suggestions on how to
    attack this without taking it to the $aturn $ervice department? Thanks for
    your collective brain power and suggestions.

    David
     
    The Edgleys, Oct 26, 2003
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    Lane Guest

    Have you read the codes that the PCM may have stored? You can do it
    yourself with a paperclip. Instructions are at
    http://www.differentracing.com/tech_articles/index.html
    .. Refer to Diagnostic Trouble Code Information, and Diagnostic Trouble Code
    Chart for 1st Gen Saturns. Or, people posting here have said you can stop
    by any Auto Zone and have them read the codes for no charge.

    Otherwise, the diagnostic fee that the dealer charges can often be less than
    the cost of parts replaced by guessing.

    Lane [ l a n e @ p a i r . c o m ]
     
    Lane, Oct 26, 2003
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