I have a 1997 Saturn SL1 that randomly stalled while driving and got no codes. I read all the posts about this problem on the internet and nobody said they solved the problem. I decided to go the process of elimination route. I replaced; plugs, wires, crankshaft sensor, coils, ignition module, fuel pump, gas filter, heat sensor, thermostat, vacuum hoses, flushed out the radiator, and cleaned the EGR. The engine still stalled! I went to a repair shop, showed them the list of repairs, and they said they couldn't help me. Out of desperation, I went to JR Towne Auto, Nutley, NJ (nice people didn't charge me a dime). He said he had the same problem with his son's car and replaced the fuel pump relay switch. I bought the relay switch for $20, plugged it in the interior fuse box, and the car has been running great with no problems. Could have saved a lot of money if I started with the least expensive part! I hope this will help others with the same problem and save them money too!
Sunday, October 14th, 2012 AT 2:54 PM