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Old 12-01-2010, 10:36 AM   #1
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Which Saturn Fuses

I just purchased a 2002 Saturn L200 4 cyl. to use as my toad. Regarding the fuses to be pulled, the manual states: IGN 0/3/CR and IGN 1/2.
There are two IGN 0/3/CR fuses, one says "V6" and the other says "L4". Do I pull just the one for the L4 or both of them??
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I have a 2008 Vue, 6 cyl. I don't know how to tell you which one I pull, but if I were you, I would do this: Be sure your radio is on and pull one of the fuses. If you have the right one, the radio should stop playing. At least that's what happens when I pull mine.
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hi Dave

we have a 2009 pontiac G5 ....

what i did: emailed GM and got them to review the exact steps
It was VERY helpful

regards, peter
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Peter,
Thanks, good idea, I'll give it a try. I am not hopeful I'll get an answer from GM -- I ordered a part for my Saturn from the local Chevy dealer and they can't get an answer from GM if/when the part will ship.
It appears that Saturn is now Governmnent Motors unwanted step-child.
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Saturn Corporation is officially defunct and parts and service are now provided by The General Motors Company (not the same as the old GM Corp). Saturn, Pontiac, Hummer and Oldsmobile are indeed now step children, maybe not unloved, but definitely 2nd class in the GM family..
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I have a 2008 Vue, 6 cyl. I don't know how to tell you which one I pull, but if I were you, I would do this: Be sure your radio is on and pull one of the fuses. If you have the right one, the radio should stop playing. At least that's what happens when I pull mine.
gripper -- you have the correct info. I tow a 2001 saturn & need to pull 1 30amp fuse. If radio, heater and air, security system, auto door locks and vehicle ignition won't start---you have the right fuse pulled. keeps battery from being discharged.
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