20 Most Recent 2007 Saturn ION-2 Quad Coupe - Page 6 Questions & Answers


One of the door triggers or trunk or hood could be falsing. Do you know how to reset your alarm?

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Feb 09, 2010


It is a chain but I don't the have the info on when it should be replaced. You should be able to call the dealership and ask that question.....or even any garage.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Feb 06, 2010


go to this link for fault code P0420
http://www.obd-codes.com/p0420
all this read the catalytic converter is most likely worn out.
This Definition of P0411 is : Secondary Air Injection System Incorrect Flow Detected
What does this mean? u have a electric air pump that pumps fresh air into the exhaust system during cold start, this reduces exhaust emissions, that pump is defective, replace it.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010


In the top of the valve cover, top of engine. Look where the wire end at on top of engine. Be sure to use anti-seize when replacing, if not the plug can seize in the head and that would be a world of mess. It don't take much. Buy the small packet at your local store for $1.09+.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


Your best bet there, is to run in to one of the big autoparts stores (Autozone, Pep Boys etc) and get a free code scan done. If the code doesn't point you in direction of fix, get back to us with that code(s) and we will be happy to assist you further.
Much cheaper and faster this way.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Dec 22, 2009


1174 is a lean code, and would have to been set first because it will not set when the 0300 is there. 0300 is a random misfire, because it read after the lean code, it was probably caused by the lean condition. 1st check for vacuum leaks from hoses or intake gaskets, you cal listen for a hissing sound, or spray carb cleaner around intake systems, a change in rpm will be noticed when spraying near a vac leak. other probable causes are the upstream 02 sensor, map sensor, or fuel delivery problems. does the vehicle idle porly, or does it miss at the top end?

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Dec 20, 2009


Good question, the answer is "yes", "no", and "maybe". GM shares a lot of parts internationaly with Opel, Saturn, GM, Chevy, Pontiac, etc. Especialy engine parts. Chassis and body is a different story. You may find tie rods, struts, etc the same, but a headlight won't fit from one to the other. If you've got a 2004 Saturn Ion, you likely have a 2.2 EcoTec. Pretty much all EcoTec parts will fit in one form or another, from one to another. Alternators, starters, etc. You may need to swap plug locations or types, but the actual hard part should "fit". You would need to go dumpster diving to compare or contrast. I guess it all depends on what you need? the Stick

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Dec 10, 2009


If you bought the car new, the dealer from whom you purchased it will have the key code on file and they can cut you a new one. If may even appear on your paperwork. If you didn't buy it new, then you should determine where it sold new, should be in the owners manual, and prove ownership to that dealer and they can cut you a new key.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Nov 22, 2009


there is a fuse for power sterring in car. its under the hood in the fuse block on the drivers side, its a mini fuse or a j-case fuse, it can be possible you blow it when jump starting??
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if the fuse is proper then THE BELT COULD HAVE BEEN WET OR OILY . CHECK THIS OUT BY SRAYING WATER ON IT WHILE SOMEONE TRYS TO STEER . CHECK FOR GLAZING,CRACKS AND TENSION. If this fails and does not helps and the problem persists, you could have a pump problem. Possibilities are that the relief valve stick intermittently in the open position, a very worn cam and rotor assembly or a broken shaft.
Make sure the power steering fluid level is up to par and the belt is in good working condition.
Also make sure the belt is tight---some are adjustable others have spring loaded tensioners that can become seized on the pivot point ---oil soaked belts don't work well---and if you don't have success with these tips change the fluid to automatic tranmmission fluid ( Dexron Mercon) which will work fine and is cheaper anyway .
thanks.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Nov 11, 2009


there are two rear exterior door panels for an 06 ION on ebay, possibly is same part, needing only paint to match yours. also look around in the craiglist for your area.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Oct 30, 2009


Hi,
Sounds like you have a leak somewhere.
Could either be on one of the fuel lines / unions or on the tank.
The fact that you had just filled it up makes me think that it is probably on the tank or filler line.
Have a good look around in these areas to see if you can locate where it is coming from and take it from there.
Hope this helps.
Iain

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Oct 15, 2009


yes this happens from time to time,take it to the dealer,they are a pain the in,,,,,to open even for us techs who have done it before,youre gonna need a new door latch assembly,so make sure they have it in stock cuz once they get that door open there is no way to close it till that part is replaced

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Oct 09, 2009


on a lot of cars, yes the OBD2 plug is powered by the same fuse as the lighter.

2007 Saturn... | Answered on Sep 27, 2009

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