Saturn SC2

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I Love My Saturn!!
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In November 2001 I purchased my used 99' Saturn SC2 with standard transmission which at the time had only 23k miles on it. Now my faithful car has 130k miles on it and is running excellent! I had it in the shop for basic maintenance such as brakes, exhaust, oil change, etc.. I still have the original clutch. Most cars do have their minor problems. For mine, the sunroof seized up. I read on the internet that this is a common problem with Saturn's of that year. Another issue is that the ABS no longer works. With the high miles on it, I decided not to fix these small issues. Mechanically however, my car has been good to me and has never broken down (knock on wood). On an additional note, someone pulled out in front of me and scuffed my front fender pretty good.

Because of the resilient plastic fenders, the body shop was able to buff all all evidence of the scratches out for only $25. You got to love those plastic surface pieces.
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BokiBean on 02/14/2009:
Huzzah for your Saturn! Very glad you are happy.
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NEW JERSEY -- I have a 2001 Saturn SC2. I've had it for years bought it used and now I've got 100,000 miles on the thing. My problem is it seems every time I've been to the dealership to rotate the tires they tell me there's something wrong with them and I need two new ones. Usually I'm told that the tires have worn funny.

My question does anyone else have this problem??? Is it a defect? Or do I just drive to aggressively?

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moneybags on 08/21/2007:
Take the car to a tire store-one that does front end alignments and have them access your situation.
Pomona Guy on 08/21/2007:
I suspect you are listening to Led Zepplin so loud the tires are wobbling out of alignment. Just live with it and enjoy the music!
Anonymous on 08/21/2007:
I agree with moneybags.
One-Eyed Willie on 08/21/2007:
Must've run over a Black Dog and knocked them out of alignment
Anonymous on 08/21/2007:
Your tire problem has me dazed and confused. Maybe Pomona Guy is right -- Ramble on and enjoy the music unless you feel trampled under foot in the light how many more times the song remains the same. But maybe over the hills and far away you'll find dancing days but honestly good times bad times we've all had our share...Sometimes that's the way it is no sense to make this the battle of evermore. Don't worry though, cause you can always Boogie with Stew!
One-Eyed Willie on 08/21/2007:
Seems to be a Communication Breakdown at Saturn. Your Time Is Going to Come and you'll get a new car after you're done Wearing and Tearing this car. Saturn's theme song should be the Lemon Song. By the time you're done buying all the tires there will be No Quarter left in your pocket. Just tell yourself "Hey Hey What Can I do?"
One-Eyed Willie on 08/21/2007:
Stew-You've been doing a little editing. How Many More Times will you be changing your entry? I'm Going to Crawl on out of this website and Babe I'm Going to Leave you. (If only they had written a One Eyed Willie song)
Anonymous on 08/21/2007:
Stew IS the great Mr.-quick-on-the-edit button!
Slimjim on 08/21/2007:
Well I have to give stew props for cleaning that up into a flowing clever little diddy.
fleecedbygalpinsaturn on 09/04/2007:
It is Saturn-I just bought tires from a tire store then Saturn dealership says I need new ones. They are just out to get you where they can. When it comes time to buy another car don't buy GM, you can't trust them.
LeeSee on 09/30/2007:
I have the same problem with my cruddy Saturn. Just had to go get 2 new tires this weekend in fact.
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