How to Troubleshoot the air conditioner in a Saturn S-Series

One day, your car may break down and you won't be able to afford to hire a mechanic, so what do you do... you look on the web for some how-to vehicle repair videos and become your own car mechanic, that's what. You don't need any advanced training to perform repairs and simple maintenance on your automobile, but you may need a few tools. Invest in the basic tools and you'll be prepared for just about any car malfunction you can think of. These tutorials will help get you on your way, as long as your willing.

This two-part video will show you how to troubleshoot the air conditioner in a Saturn S-Series car. Before you start troubleshooting the AC, you'll want to make sure that the outside temperature is above forty degrees. Then start the car, put the fan switch on, and push the AC button in. Now you should see the compressor clutch in the AC system spinning. If it isn't, you need to find out why not. Saturn air conditioner systems don't last forever, so you'll have to do this sooner or later.

(1) Part 1 of 2 - How to Troubleshoot the air conditioner in a Saturn S-Series, (2) Part 2 of 2 - How to Troubleshoot the air conditioner in a Saturn S-Series


Hands on instruction - just what I needed!

I need to find the AC drain line and the pan, the pan is plugged and water is leaking into the car near the firewall. The car is a 98 Saturn sl2

I have three Saturn's and if I knew I was going to have the trouble that I've had I would have never bought them No wonder they went out of Business!!!!! You would hear how good they were and they would last 203,000 miles and I have 98'000 and every things going wrong payed $22,000. And it's worth 2,000 GM Sucks!!!!

I have a 2002 saturn sl. When i start the engine an turn the ac on it works perfect but when i take off or rise the rpm,s. Up past 2 are so the ac starts turnning off and on and the fan also. Just started doing 2 days ago .but if im just sitting at a idle it works perfect. Can you please help me with this strange problem?*

This sounds like the fan resistor check that it should be right under the fan

Really good how-to videos!!!!!

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