My gauge reads completely cold but I got a message saying " A/C off for engine protection", What would likely cause this? Drove a little more and the gauge went to normal and the message went off.

The temperture gauge started going back and forth. The engine light would come on and the gauge would go back to less then half and light would turn off. Would this be my temperture sensor that needs to be replaced or is this something else. The guage stopped working and engine light is on.

Stopped turning on what is that motor for and how do I get it to turn back on?

And I've had it changed in its still reading the same thing so what could be the problem

I want to be able to hotwire the main cooling fan for full-time operation and bypass the ECU for this. It has been almost 99 degrees every day here, so the cooler, the better. I need some help to get this done, Van wiring is goofy and uses ground and varying voltages to control fan speed and operation. Can anyone give me some suggestions? I already have a colder t-stat installed which helps a drop, but not enough. If I leave it up to the ECU, the main cooling fan comes on much later than I need, and the motor runs wayyy too hot, which also negatively affects AC cold operation as well! I HATE the factory calibrations! They SUCK! I want to bypass all of that by hard-wiring. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.

Drops From 14 to 12 in minutes after shutting off the car. It will start fine for days then just click with a low voltage reading

Also, is there a fuse associated with it that may have blown out?

Happens when Im at a complete stop then take off. Makes a noise and feels like something is stuck or catches in the front end, front passenger side. Happens on daily basis. Of course dealer and garages cant figure it out.

I put seat down to haul something in back and when I got home to put seat up the tension cable broke. I need help on how to get it to release so I can put seat back up without having to take to anybody.

Where is the coolant drain plug location and what side is on

and the engine will not start

I have a Saturn Relay 2007 and the abs traction light keeps coming on since I bought it. I have had the sensors replaced multiple times since I bought this vehicle. The lights still keep coming on. When they do you can feel the traction in the tires when you brake. It is like the wheels are still turning with your foot on the brakes. My mechanic has taken the van to a GM dealer ship also and they can not figure it out! Go figure! GM has not been helpful at ALL!!!! I want to know what is the fix to this problem. Because my next step is going to an attorney and getting this resolved.

Country: United States
Make: Saturn
Model: Relay
Year: 2007

Already Tried:
Everything of changing the senors multiple time and getting the sensors from the dealership, making sure her tires were good and inflated properly, changing a battery that went out recently and changing the alternator that wasn't giving out the correct voltage. the traction control light still come on right after picking it up from the mechanic.

I am about to change the shocks and struts on this vehicle. Should I change out just the strut or the whole strut assembly, including the coil spring? Do I need a coil spring compressor if I change these out and will a front end realignment be required afterwards?

2005 Saturn Relay , blows air through all the vents in the front of the suv ,but doe'nt blow air from the rear upper vents at all.I know their are actuators under the dash,i'm not sure which one controls the rear , or if their even the problem .The temp control modules very exspensive i'm not sure it's the ,i don't know how to check it. I'm a Nissan tech.I thought maybe someone heres had this problem. thx


I have a new regulator.

I just noticed the rear parking assist does not work and neither do the lights at the rear lift gate. What could be the problem? If it is a fuse, I can't tell which one. Does the plug at the under the right rear of the van have the wiring in it for the sensors? Do these sensors work off of a 12 volt power supply?

When the van is put into gear the doors lock automatically as well as when it is put into park. My passenger rear door makes a horrible buzzing sound each time. Is it dangerous and how can it be fixed without breaking the bank?

I recently changed the alternator & battery,now my info center says charging system failure but it comes on and off. Also the battery volts goes up and down 11.2 -15.0. What could be the problem?

My traction control & ABS lights are also on, could these 2 things be related?

The sliding door cable snapped, had to slam the door shut. One of the wheels came off the track. We took the door completly off, how do we get the wheels back on the track?