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2003 Saturn LS Base L-200 Manual

2003 Saturn LS
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Front Wheel Drive, 4 Door Sedan, Mid-size
23 mpg city / 31 mpg hwy
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November 7, 2011, 1:54 pm

Grace B
 

Question: Do I need a new fuel pump?

My mom has a 2002 Saturn l300 v6. She's never had any problems with it except having to get a new computer about a year ago. About 3 weeks ago she got rearended and ever since then it has had trouble starting. The few times it did start, it wouldn't idle and died. She replaced the fuel injector, but it kept doing it. It's been at the mechanics ever since then, and everything I've looked up says it might be the fuel pump itself, but that raises the question of wouldn't our mechanic have found it by now? I'd like your opinion and any help or input that you could give because this is my moms primary car and she doesn't want to have it gone much longer.


November 10, 2011, 9:55 pm

Richard W
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With it being rearended it could a lot more than a fuel pump. If it was the fuel pump it would have been fixed by your mechanic. You mite have to take it into the dealer to ahve them fix it.


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