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99 SC2 - What to look for

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Old 08-04-2007, 06:50 PM
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Hello everyone.

I know this is the newbie question of all time, but could someone cut and paste the general response on 'what to look for in your 9x SC2'?

I just bought an incredibly clean 99 for my daughter and from all accounts, if I know what to look for an take care of it, will last her a long time.

Thanks in advance,
Rowe
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Old 08-05-2007, 12:23 AM
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Try http://saturnfans.com, and read the S-series threads for any/all information to keep your daughter's car up and running. At the least have the oil checked at every other gas fill-up.
 
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</>Fuel filter, serpentine belt and engine anti/freeze are items that should have been replaced at specified mileage. Check the dealer records to see if they were. I would want to know the a/f was changed every 5th year.


The fuel filter gives a warning if it's old.


The belt doesn't and is expensive.


Switch to synthetic blend oil.


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