Some other folks have posted problems of this sort in this Newsgroup, so\nI wanted to add my two cents.\nThis problem seems to be similar to the famous warrantee extension for\n1994-1996 model year cars with 1.9L SOHC engine that caused it to run hot\nand/ or contaminate the coolant with engine oil. My Saturn dealer's service\nmanager informs me that engines starting in 1997 were completely different\nthan those that had the problem, but from what I've seen in the Newsgroup\nthey didn't solve the original problem.\nMy experience: the coolant low pressure light came on. I checked the\ncoolant reservoir and it was low. I bought the appropriate coolant (with\nDEX cool) per the owner's manual and added about a 2 cup mixture of coolant\nand water. After about five days, the coolant low pressure light again came\non. I added another 2 cup mixture and scheduled an appointment with my\nSaturn dealer service department. They found and fixed a low pressure\ncondition but no oil in coolant or coolant in oil. Another four or five\ndays and the low coolant light returned. Scheduled another appointment;\nthis time they found coolant in the oil. Service Manager and I discussed\nand decided to do nothing further, since the recommended engine teardown and\nfix would likely cost in excess of 00, probably not worth my spending for\na 64,000 mile-old car.\nFinding some favorable postings in USENet, I decided to escalate.\nBefore doing so, I advised the dealer service manager, who suggested I\ncontact Saturn Customer Service. I did so, and within 24 hours was phoned\nby an Area Manager from Spring Hill offering to pay for parts if I paid for\nlabor to fix the engine. The dealer service department did so, charging me\n25.49 (6.00 for labor and the rest for various parts, such as the\ntorque axis mount, not related to the cylinder head problem and about which\nthe service manager discussed with me ahead of time). The invoice shows\n0.10 in engine parts for which I was not charged.\nWhile not pleased about having to pay anything to fix an engine problem\nthat should not have occurred so early in the engine's life, I'm much\nhappier than if I had to pay 11 times that amount for a new car. The engine\nseems to be running very well.\nMoral of the story: if you have this problem, escalate to Saturn\nCustomer Service. They can be reached via the Saturn internet site\n([url]http://www.saturn.com/[/url]) or by phone at 1-800-553-6000. Note: one of the\nconsiderations seemed to be that I had religiously had regularly scheduled\nmaintenance done by my Saturn dealer service department, so they knew that I\nwas a good customer and had taken good care of the car.