Hi there I have a 2001 Saturn SC-2 with 118,000 miles. I have had all major tune ups done by Saturn, the most recent one being last year. In the last 6 weeks the Service Engine Soon light has been coming on. I brought it to my local mechanic and scanned the car for trouble codes. Every time the code came up with something wrong, he checked and found nothing wrong with that part. After this happened for the 3rd time he suggested brining it to Saturn, which I did. They scanned the car and came up with 2 codes: P0442(Evap Small leak) and P0410 (secondary air jection). They fixed both things and charged me $400. A week later, the Service Engine Soon light came on again, and Saturn told me that it's due to the engine coolant "burping" after they filled it, and the light should go off by itself, which it did. A week later, the light went on again, and my mechanic scanned it, once again P0410 error code. I brought it to Saturn again, this time they found a ground wire to be gummed which could be causing that problem. Picked it up this afternoon, light came on again within 5 hours and a trip around town. I'm at the end of my rope here. Because it seems that Saturn themselves can't help me. They keep telling me a car with that many miles can have over 200 reasons for the light to go on blah blah blah. Any ideas here, or should I just be done with it and buy a new car?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007 AT 6:12 PM