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The Saturn Outlook, introduced at the New York International Auto Show, is a sizeable crossover SUV built on GM's Lambda platform. It features a 3.6-liter DOHC HFV6 engine with variable valve timing that enhances performance, fuel economy, and emissions. Two configurations generate 270 hp and 275 hp respectively. Coupled with a Hydra-Matic 6T75 automatic six-gear gearbox, the Outlook offers either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. The 2007 model showcases the move towards large crossovers, which combine the cargo capacity of a van, the design aesthetics of an SUV, and the handling of a car. Offering seating for eight, the Outlook's versatility and pleasant ride make it an excellent choice for a family vehicle. Two trim levels are available: the basic XE, with power windows and locks, cruise control, and a CD player, and the more luxurious XR, which features a power driver's seat, wood-grain accented interior, and automatic temperature control. Both versions boast the Smart Slide feature for easy access to the third row of seating. Despite its substantial size and 4,700-kilogram weight, the 2008 Saturn Outlook offers a refined and comfortable ride with its robust V6 engine supplying ample power for any task. While the third row of seating may not match the roominess of top-tier minivans, it remains sufficiently spacious for most passengers, making the Outlook a compelling blend of capacity and comfort.

Your Saturn Outlook crossover SUV is designed for challenging terrains, but this can accelerate wear. Notably, transmission issues are the most reported problem according to Symptoms include the gear indicator not matching the actual gear, inability to remove the key from the ignition, and refusal of the vehicle to go into any gear. If shifting gears becomes difficult, it's advisable to check the Outlook shift cable, transfer case seal, and automatic transmission filter. The second common problem involves the power steering. If you notice a whining noise while turning the wheel, slower response, stiff steering, squealing or groaning noises, difficulty steering, or leaking power steering fluid, the Outlook power steering pump and hose may need attention. To maintain the longevity of your Outlook, regular maintenance is crucial. Key components like the windshield wiper, which often faces harsh conditions, should be replaced yearly. Other parts requiring routine check include the cabin air filter, fog light, headlight, and seat belt, all of which contribute to a comfortable and safe driving experience.

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Saturn Outlook Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do I properly inspect, measure, and refinish brake discs?
    A: To inspect the brakes, start by loosening the wheel lug nuts and raising the vehicle on jackstands. Remove the brake caliper, suspending it out of the way with wire. Visually inspect the disc surface for score marks and damage, checking both sides. If pulsating has been noticed during braking, suspect disc runout. To check runout, reinstall the lug nuts and use a dial indicator to measure the reading, ensuring it does not exceed the allowable limit. If necessary, refinish the disc. It is important to not machine the disc below the specified minimum thickness, which can be checked with a micrometer. For removal, remove the caliper mounting bracket and the lug nuts if they were reinstalled. Mark the disc for reinstallation and remove the retaining screw. During installation, wire-brush the backside of the disc and clean the hub face. Apply high-temperature anti-seize and align the index marks before tightening the retaining screw. Install the caliper mounting bracket and caliper, tightening the bolts to the proper torque. Lower the vehicle, tighten the lug nuts, and depress the brake pedal to bring the pads into contact with the disc. Bleeding is only necessary if the brake hose was disconnected. Finally, carefully check the brake operation before driving the vehicle.
  • Q: How do you remove a radiator?
    A: To remove the radiator, begin by draining the cooling system. Remove the engine cooling fan assembly and disconnect the radiator and coolant reservoir overflow hoses. Detach the air guides from the sides of the radiator and remove the air filter housing air inlet duct. Disconnect the transaxle fluid cooler lines from the radiator and, if necessary, remove the air filter housing for additional clearance. Pinch the fastening tabs at the top of the condenser to disconnect it from the radiator, then carefully lift the condenser and separate it from the radiator and remove the radiator.
  • Q: How do I remove the front and rear blower motor resistor/module and blower motor in Buick Enclave,Chevrolet Traverse,GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook?
    A: To remove the front blower motor resistor/module, begin by removing the passenger's side insulator panel under the glove box in the passenger compartment. Then, remove the resistor/module retainers and take out the resistor/module from the blower housing located to the left of the blower motor. Disconnect the electrical connectors. Installation is the reverse of removal.