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Old 09-12-2019, 10:46 PM   #6181
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Interesting - I must have gotten a non-Saturn jack out of the SW2 at LKQ. How do all these people lose their jacks?
Thank you Waiex. Because of your post, I examined my jack and now realize I should replace mine due to someone drilling 2 additional holes that look as though it might not be safe now.


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Old 09-13-2019, 10:04 AM   #6182
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Interesting - I must have gotten a non-Saturn jack out of the SW2 at LKQ. How do all these people lose their jacks?
The jack probably rusted out from the water - could have been sitting in water for a while. That's my guess for why my car did not have a jack or spare in it.

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Old 09-14-2019, 12:11 AM   #6183
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Transferred the IAT connector back to the mod sensor attached to the upper radiator hose.

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Old 09-15-2019, 12:12 PM   #6184
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Son has retired my former 2002 SL2 @ 239K kms (17 winters later) from road. Now, his newly DD was my 2013 Volt @ 171K kms because I moved to 2019 Volt before they were all gone, at least here in Canada.

I still own a 2001 SW2, it has been garaged for a while now...

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Old 09-16-2019, 11:06 AM   #6185
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Retiring/selling the 2001 SL1 MT 10th Anniversary Edition clone at 440,000 km's. It still runs well and shows well however there is some rust through on the floor and my daughter doesn't particularly care to drive it anymore. It's fixable but I don't believe anyone will go through the hassle.

We picked up a 2012 Ford Focus SEL with a manual transmission on Saturday. She'll be driving a combination of the 99 SL2 and the Focus as I'm torn on which one I want to drive. I like the Focus however I'm a bit emotionally attached to the 99 SL2.

Anyone in interested in acquiring a 10th Anniversary Interior? Hit me up; I can deliver the complete car to the Toronto area the weekend of Sept 28th.

Here's a list of the goodies it has, the ad for the complete car and some photos ...
  • black perforated 10th Anniversary leather seats
  • seat heater mod
  • perforated leather steering wheel with silver stitch
  • leather wrapped shift knob (not 10th Anniversary)
  • leather wrapped parking brake handle with silver stitch
  • silver faced gauge cluster
  • black pearl emblems
  • 10th Anniversary door cards
  • rear spoiler
  • gas strut hood prop mod
  • some newer parts (starter, radiator, front struts, left caliper, rear pbrake cables, etc...)
  • cruise control
  • also have leather wrapped shifter for automatic transmission available
  • missing 10th Anniversary tear drop alloy wheels (moved to the 99 SL2)

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Old 09-17-2019, 09:32 AM   #6186
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Checked the air and filled my tires up cold this morning. Both fronts were +/- 18psi and I filled them to 30psi. Both rears were +/- 24psi and I filled them to 26psi.

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Old 09-17-2019, 10:22 PM   #6187
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Checked the air and filled my tires up cold this morning. Both fronts were +/- 18psi and I filled them to 30psi. Both rears were +/- 24psi and I filled them to 26psi.
I need to start seriously looking for new tires... at least a pair. I noticed the other day the fronts are getting bad.

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Old 09-18-2019, 02:52 PM   #6188
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Just sharing my experience in case it helps someone else.

The GM dealership I went to several months ago was able to cut a new key for my Saturn, yet it failed to work.

So today, I went to my 'old' local locksmith and asked if he could made a key, using the Vin number, and he informed me he would need the code from the dealer to actually make the key, which would cost $60.00.

I started to leave to go get that code from the dealer and he stopped me by saying, "or I could do some magic and make the key myself," as he grinned at me.

The locksmith, Dennis, took my old worn out key, looked at it, then "did his magic" by producing a working key for the ignition and locks. Cost was $20.00 for the original and $3.00 for the duplicates - great deal to me.

He then double checked the key in the ignition, found it was a little tight, so he used some type of spray to get the key working better by cleaning out the ignition.

I now have 5 working keys - LOL.


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Old 09-18-2019, 03:32 PM   #6189
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If you have a working key or the remains of a previously working key then a decent locksmith can read the working or formerly working key and with the values obtained cut a new key with the appropriate blank and punch. It will likely require a bit of cleanup if you insist on keeping the old cylinder but if you replace the cylinder at the same time you will have a completely rebuilt ignition lock. It takes some searching to find the locksmith with the data though. The dealer is not the only source of these key codes.

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Old 09-18-2019, 05:05 PM   #6190
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Around 3rd grade or so, I realized I could read upside down words pretty well. Back then, did it kind of as a party trick for kids.

when I got my key cut at the dealership last time, I saw them write down something after they looked up my VIN - I read it upside down, memorized it, and wrote it down. I believe it is the key code needed to cut a blank. Gonna try it out next time I need a dealer key (might be never, but at least I have it)

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Old 09-18-2019, 05:22 PM   #6191
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Around 3rd grade or so, I realized I could read upside down words pretty well. Back then, did it kind of as a party trick for kids.
Try writing cursive backward - I learned that in the 4th grade - LOL!

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Old 09-18-2019, 05:34 PM   #6192
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Around 3rd grade or so, I realized I could read upside down words pretty well. Back then, did it kind of as a party trick for kids.

when I got my key cut at the dealership last time, I saw them write down something after they looked up my VIN - I read it upside down, memorized it, and wrote it down. I believe it is the key code needed to cut a blank. Gonna try it out next time I need a dealer key (might be never, but at least I have it)
Yes those are the depth of cut values if they run from 1 to 4, if they are greater than that an you just happen to be talking about a 98 or older I have the book.

I also learned very well to read and write upside down and/or backwards thanks to the USN and it has served me very well when making any car deal among other things.

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Old 09-19-2019, 07:34 AM   #6193
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Around 3rd grade or so, I realized I could read upside down words pretty well. Back then, did it kind of as a party trick for kids.

when I got my key cut at the dealership last time, I saw them write down something after they looked up my VIN - I read it upside down, memorized it, and wrote it down. I believe it is the key code needed to cut a blank. Gonna try it out next time I need a dealer key (might be never, but at least I have it)
When I had my last key cut at the dealer I asked for the key code and they printed it out and gave it to me. It was actually the tumbler sequence for the cylinder which I needed to set up the new cylinder.

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Old 09-20-2019, 10:12 AM   #6194
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FINALLY sorted out my persnickety trunk light. Turned out, the bulb itself had come loose so the light wasn't coming on when the trunk was opened. I had already sprayed Electrical Connection cleaner on the switch inside the latch, but that didn't work either. Finally bit the bullet, popped the cover and assembly out, and fiddled with the bulb until it stayed connected.

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Old 09-23-2019, 03:51 PM   #6195
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Replaced the shoes on the SL on Sunday. They were last replaced about six years and roughly 70,000 kms (44,000 miles) ago. I was hoping to get the stabilizer bar and control arms replaced, but other chores took way longer than anticipated. Once again, RockAuto comes through with the parts, and the drum brake hardware was a closeout item too!

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New rotors and pads up front Sunday, and when I was moving cars around to pull the Saturn into the garage for the brake job, noticed a nice sized puddle of coolant on the drive. 149k miles

So, new water pump Monday, along with about 1 gallon of antifreeze. Just a cheapo Valucraft Serpentine Water Pump AVC-844 because Autozone was the only store on the way home with one in stock (had to drive up to Grand Rapids yesterday AM because my kid's Accord died on the way to his work - 5 minutes more and he could have made it in - we pulled codes and it showed crank position sensor plus misfires). Had to drive back to pick him up, too, so lost about 4~5 hours total for that.

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My last tank of gas I only got 30.6 MPG. That is about 1.5 less than the last couple. Same gas station, same commute. So, I undid the heated IAT mod to see what happens.

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Notified my taillight was out so I replaced it. Bulbs only 5$ a pair at Walmart.

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Ended an 11 year relationship yesterday. I sold the 2001 SL1 MT 10th Anniversary clone to a young man who plans to keep it on the road. It is approaching 440K km and we drove about 140K of that. It did us well.

We replaced it with a 2012 Ford Focus SEL 5 speed hatchback. Seems to be a good car with lots of forums, parts and support. The 99 SL2 MT is also still in the fleet.

As a side note, the morning of the sale a tree fell on the roof and gave it a good dent. After the sale it broke down in the evening and wouldn't start. I helped the new owner get it going again. Symptoms seem to indicate an electrical issue as everything was dead. We have no idea what the problem is as once we got it running the problem didn't present again. Maybe a bad cell in the battery or the F5 (A2) issue.

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Great cars

The Focus is a car I am tempted by, occasionally.

That and the Elantra.

I like the looks and mpg of both cars. Found the Elantra a little easer to get into, though

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