Question about 2006 Saturn ION
Seams that your starter has failed.
You can check it if you have a volt meter.
1. Fist check for 12v at the main large post on your starter solenoid.
2.Then place your meter on the 2nd large post its the one with the braided wire that enters the starter.. Then turn the ignition on as you would to start it.If you have 12v there then your starter motor has failed and you need to replace it.
hope this helps FixYa
Posted on Feb 17, 2011
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