Hi Michael, sorry about the late reply (I'm on west coast canada time).
Ignition key on, you should see a MIL / Check engine light. If yes, remove one
of the camshaft position sensor harness plugs and check for voltage across
the outer 2 pins.
If yes, then computer is powered-up and you possibly have a crankshaft
position sensor or a camshaft position sensor that is faulty. The early V6
will not run with faulty camshaft position sensors, where as the later ones
We do not have the 2.6 V6 in north america (we got the 2.8 instead, so I'm
not sure if that rule applies.
Sounds like you are in good hands with Saturntech9. I'm heading out for
a family day trip.
Sunday, December 29th, 2013 AT 8:53 AM