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Review: Used 2000 Saturn SW2

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    Available in one trim with a choice between a five-speed manual or a four-speed automatic transmission, the 2000 Saturn SW2 is an affordable and efficient five-passenger wagon. Under the hood is a 1.9L four-cylinder engine which produces 124 hp and is rated at 27 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. For the new model year, the SW has received a revised interior.

2000 Saturn SW2 1.9L Poor Idle Quality, Misfire, MIL Lamp on

My wife drives a 2000 Saturn sw2 with 175K. I am out of town currently. Last night she called me and said that the car was cutting out on the interstate. The problem only occurred at almost 3000 rpm while the car was at speeds above 70 mph. Below that it was fine. Then today she called now she said that she could barely get it to 55mph. I am returning home tomorrow and am going to try to fix this in 5 hours before she needs it again. I am going to test drive it first to see if the above statements are correct. If so I am thinking it could be a failing fuel pump. I am not sure it autozone rents a tool that can measure the pressure on the fuel rail. I am thinking that this is a fuel rather than an ignition problem. Any quick diagnosis processes that could help narrow down this problem quickly? Thanks for all your guys' help.