Supercharged Accelerations Saturn Ion Redline
USE HEADPHONES if you can, filmed it with my iPhone so not the best audio
quality. Compilation of some good sounding accelerations in my 2005 Saturn
Ion Redline with the Supercharger
screaming in the background. Filmed with both a windshield mount and
Miveu-X chest mount. 2.0L Ecotec LSJ Supercharged engine 2.5" pulley, K&N
air filter. Also has Sprint lowering springs, Hurst short throw shifter,
and K40 dual radar detectors.
Music: MoonlightGriefing- Pandemic, Trancing- Infyuthsion. Audiotool.com
Fine TUNED: Triple Cobalt SS SPECIAL!
In the FIFTH episode of Fine TUNED: We get three Cobalt SS's, owned by
Matt, Rob, and Darnell, to show us their stuff!
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Saturn Ion key stuck in ignition wont come out (solved) manual overide & troubleshoot
Problem was, key refuse to return to OFF position and to come out of
ignition slot . Ignition only accept ACC ON START. Watch How to MANUALLY
OVERIDE IGNITION SWITCH SOLENOID and troubleshooting in my case lead to
the automatic transmission SHIFTER PARK MICROSWITCH, it fails frequently.
As I got closer to the microswitch, daylight was running away , my cam
focus was acting out the shifter is totally black making it hard to shoot I
had to speed up and get it done. WATCH CLOSELY HOW I SLIGHTLY BEND THE
MICROSWITCH LEVER TO GIVE IT MORE STRENGHT, i used a needle nose plier .
The microswitch is held in place by a removable plastic clip ( it's got a
green line painted onto it as you can see on the image just prior to click
on the play icon ) I removed with a small flat tip screwdriver pushing from
the Inside out , no need to unclip top shifter panel. So after all this, I
went for a test ride, the problem disappeared, yes! it works, so far so
good. ( the problem was cause by the microswitch lever located Inside the
shifter assembly ).