Hello, owner of a {new to me) 1994 SL2 - some questions

Discussion in 'Saturn S-series' started by jlc2, Apr 11, 2005.

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    jlc2 Guest

    1994 SL2
    It is recommended that the battery be discnnected when you replace a
    fuse in the fuse box(pass. side)?
    This is concerting I trying to fogure out why the power locks are not

    Second question. How doone pull out the cigarette lighter. I do not
    smoke and want to use a power adapter.

    Finally, my one key will open the door and ignition of course but will
    not open the truck. I also tried getting a copy for my one key at a
    hardware store but they couldn't find a matching set. Must I go thru a
    saturn dealership?

    How much to get a key made thru Saturn(rough guess I know)
    jlc2, Apr 11, 2005
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    Rich Soucie Guest

    1994 SL2
    I have never heard of disconnecting your battery to replace a fuse. And i
    never do.
    It should just pull out pull on it.
    Why in the hell would your saturn key open a truck? Nah just kidding they
    probly changed the trunk tumbler so there would have to be another key to
    open it.
    I don't know but if the trunk tumblers have been changed it won't do
    anything but make u a little poorer.
    Rich Soucie, Apr 11, 2005
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    Bob Shuman Guest

    I'm guessing that your "ignition key" is really a "valet key" which would
    open the doors and work in the ignition, but not allow access to the trunk.

    It is less likely, but also possible that the trunk's lock cylinder was
    replaced as Rich has theorized below, but would mean the cylinder most
    likely was replaced with a junk yard/scrap unit since any dealer or
    locksmith that changed out the cylinder would have re-keyed to allow it to
    be used with the old key.

    Bob Shuman, Apr 11, 2005
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    jlc2 Guest

    OK, thanks for the info, I asked the question about the fuse because
    when I bught some replacments 20amp fuses from autozone and inserted
    one in a spark happened with a little pop sound. The new fuse was
    blown instantly. Does this mean a short somewhere?
    jlc2, Apr 11, 2005
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    Skip Guest

    Yes, yes it does. And a bitch to isolate too.
    Skip, Apr 12, 2005
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    marx404 Guest

    no valet key option was available on '94 that I know of, but I could be
    wrong. Sounds like you need to kave a proper key made. Yes, if you want it
    done right and hassle free take your ID and VIN# to a Saturn dealership to
    have the proper key made. They can properly tell you whats going on with the
    current key you have too. A new key is cheap for a '94 anyways and Saturn
    can make that specific key according to the VIN.

    marx404, Apr 12, 2005
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    jlc2 Guest

    Thanks, That's what I'm gonna do!
    jlc2, Apr 13, 2005
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