Saturn Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Sounds like you just missed a main connector on that, and or ground cable, its going to something simple. And your prob looking right at it, this happens to me sometimes
If you give me what power your missing I can find the ground locations and power inputs for that and send um your way
Are you getting power on 86 pin on relay when turning over?
If no power on that pin your not getting signal from ecm or bcm, maybe your ignition isnt sending signal to the bcm, I attached the diagram of the system,
How about ground on 85?
so you have a signal prob either the ign switch isnt communicating with the bcm or bcm to ecm or cem to relay, I would check ign switch to bcm first, nice power probe btw!
on BCM backprobe this connector and check for voltage signal in start position on 2 and 4 pin, use a voltmeter and not the power probe, probe could throw ground and short out bcm
yeah im here, I thought you got the spark fixed when you restored power?
how did the bcm test go?
the first one light green
so thats working good now we need to verify power and ground to bcm, ill be right back with that info
ok so there are a bunch of checks for this ill send you all the pin outs and you will have to go to each one and verify power and ground in the schematics
its labeled in the diagrams
then your bcm is bad and needs to be reprogrammed or replaced
your getting all the signals to the bcm so it shouldnt interfere, I mean its solid testing
what brand is it?
yes thoes could lock it out you can just remove it to rule out any lock out conditions
no some of the wires are cut and spliced and only the controller would make the circuit complete, so trace down the wires and get everything back to stock
thats cool man, I figure this will take some time to diagnose,
interesting, if that procedure didnt do it you may have a immobilizer issue
Im taking off for a couple of days ill have to open this up for the other techs to see if they can help