1999 SATURN SC1 IGNITION MODULE L4-116ci 1.9L F/I Vin 7

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  • I have a 1999 Saturn SC1 and a I have a problem that just makes no sense to me. When my car sits for more than a few hours it will crank, sometimes almost start, and then stall unless I feather the...

    I have a 1999 Saturn SC1 and a I have a problem
    that just makes no sense to me. When my car sits
    for more than a few hours it will crank, sometimes
    almost start, and then stall unless I feather the gas
    for ages and not let it get below 1200 RPM or it will
    stall. After anywhere from 5 minutes to 50 minutes
    of starting, stalling, revving, it will magically click
    into proper working order. I can hear a change in
    its exhaust not when it does this and I know that I
    can let it just idle and it won't die.

    I replaced the CPS, and my starter since constant
    starting killed the old one, and the alternator looks
    new. I can't hold the gas pedal when feathering or
    it will die. I don't understand it. I thought it could be
    the fuel pump, but if I can rev it for so long, so I
    think it is working okay. And it works perfectly fine
    once warmed up. A weak fuel pump would give out
    on the highway from what I am used to.

    I am going to replace the EGR valve because I
    suspect it could be the culprit, but if I have a
    vacuum leak elsewhere why does it go away when
    warmed up? Is it bad compression?

    I am totally at a loss and may just look into a new
    car if I can't figure it out soon.

    Thank you all for any help and suggestions that
    you have.

  • I have a 1999 Saturn SC1 and a I have a problem
    that just makes no sense to me. When my car sits
    for more than a few hours it will crank, sometimes
    almost start, and then stall unless I feather the gas
    for ages and not let it get below 1200 RPM or it will
    stall. After anywhere from 5 minutes to 50 minutes
    of starting, stalling, revving, it will magically click
    into proper working order. I can hear a change in
    its exhaust not when it does this and I know that I
    can let it just idle and it won't die.

    I replaced the CPS, and my starter since constant
    starting killed the old one, and the alternator looks
    new. I can't hold the gas pedal when feathering or
    it will die. I don't understand it. I thought it could be
    the fuel pump, but if I can rev it for so long, so I
    think it is working okay. And it works perfectly fine
    once warmed up. A weak fuel pump would give out
    on the highway from what I am used to.

    I am going to replace the EGR valve because I
    suspect it could be the culprit, but if I have a
    vacuum leak elsewhere why does it go away when
    warmed up? Is it bad compression?

    I am totally at a loss and may just look into a new
    car if I can't figure it out soon.

    Thank you all for any help and suggestions that
    you have.

    The following chart contains OEM and replacement bulb numbers for the 1999 Saturn SC1. In some cases the Saturn number will be different than aftermarket replacement bulb numbers.

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    I drive a 99 Saturn sc1 with a 16 valve twin cam automatic.. but every Time I look it up it says the 16 valve twin cam is on the sc2 series and its a manual.. but I know what I'm driveing im just ...

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