Drive - Saturn Sky
Award winning automotive journalist Tom Voelk tests the Saturn Sky. The
review also includes foot space for his size 11s, bluetooth connectivity
(if the car has it), and the ever popular Toliet Paper (TP) test.
****Note: Die Hard Platinum P3 75/86 are no longer sold....sorry....but
great news-Odyssey was the original makers of the Die Hard Platinum and you
can get the Odyssey 75/86-PC1230DT for your Sky for a few extra
bucks...good luck all!!!
Putting a battery in a Saturn Sky...I am sure there are better and easier
ways, but this is how I did it...
Saturn SKY Review - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT:
Saturn SKY. A sports car from Saturn? Youve gotta be kidding! What would
the reliable but largely colorless Saturn brand do with a sports car?
What it has done with the Saturn Sky is change peoples minds about the
brand. The roadster has brought a level of excitement to Saturn that the
brand has never known, and it is converting import owners into Saturn
buyers. And the good news is, its not just another voluptuous body. Its
also a creditable sports car.
Welcome to our comprehensive Kelley Blue Book review of the Saturn Sky.
You can spend a lot more money on a sports car than you will on a Saturn
Sky, but we cant guarantee you that the smile they put on your face will be
any bigger. For more new car reviews, interviews and automotive news visit
Review: Saturn Sky Red Line
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Last year General Motors debuted two beautiful new roadsters, the Pontiac
Solstice and the Saturn Sky. Both cars received praise for their inspired
design, but for many, the hard lines and chiseled angles of the Sky were
thoroughly captivating. But beauty isn't everything. A car like the Sky
needs to drive as well as it looks, and that's where the Redline comes in.
General Motors has taken the well-behaved Sky and injected it with some
2010 Falken Saturn Sky Test - 800hp Run
Turn up your speakers. Here's a quick raw video of our test day of the 2010
Falken Saturn Sky built by AutoSport Dynamics of Charlotte, NC. We're
pushing just about 800hp in this run, Darren McNamara is piloting.
Footage captured with GoPro Hero HD cameras and some high-end wireless
microphones mounted near the Exhaust
See you in Long Beach! =)
2003 Saturn Ion that won't start in cold weather
Documenting my attempt to use a fix I found on the internet to resolve an
issue that plagues 2003-2004 Saturn Ions. The models in this year can have
difficulty starting in cold weather. At first it was pretty sporadic for
me but this year it was almost constant.
In the video I replace the ignition switch which actually ended up
resolving my problem. I guess there is a lubricant in this switch that
SHOULDN'T harden in cold weather but the ones that shipped in the cars of
these years do. Total cost $29.99 and about 30 minutes of time.
The specific symptoms you will see with this issue are (usually in cold
weather) you will try to start the car and it might crank a couple times
but then die. When you try to start it again you will hear a short fire
but then it stops. This is because the security system has kicked in and
shut off fuel to the vehicle for 10 minutes. After you wait 10 minutes you
can try to start it again. This cycle can happen multiple times (at its
worst I would have to go almost an hour of doing this).
Once you replace the part you may have to reset the security (passlock).
This is done by turning the key to start (but it won't) and then leaving it
in the run position until the lock light in the dash quits blinking (about
10 minutes). You then do this again (again waiting 10 minutes) and finally
a THIRD time (waiting another 10 minutes). After the third attempt you
turn the key to OFF and wait 30 seconds (this waiting is important I am
told!). It should then fire up.
Be sure to watch this on the Web if you can as I have a lot of in-video
comments to help!
WebRidesTV's stunning Amber Goetz takes us for a look at Pontiac's new
sports car, the Pontiac Solstice. The Solstice was introduced in 2004 at
the NAIAS, or North American International Auto Show, and began production
in 2005. You may get the car confused with other GM models as it shares the
same chassis as the Saturn Sky or the European Opel GT.
Produced and directed by Greg Harvey
Saturn Sky & Pontiac Solstice: Turbo*GXP*Coupe*Topless
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