My wife drives a 2002 Saturn SL2 and a couple of weeks ago she was driving on the freeway and it just died. She doesn't remember if the dummy lights came on, but she said it just felt like the car was "dying" and she coasted to a stop on the side of the freeway. Ended up having it towed to my house. A friend of mine and I have been trying to figure out what it could be for two weeks now. The reason it died was because a 10 amp fuse under the hood that's labeled "TRS 2/TCC" got blown. I replaced the fuse and it doesn't trip again until you turn the key all the way to "ignition," but something keeps tripping it. When you try and start it, it just sounds like it's out of gas, i.e. engine cranks and cranks. We took out the Ignition Control Module and had it tested, it's fine. Just had the transmission replaced 6 months ago. Fuel Pump (and filter) changed about 8 months ago. My friend unhooked the fuel lines going into the fuel injector and when you try and start the car, fuel spurts out. So it seems that fuel pump is still ok, it just seems that "something" is tripping the electic current "somewhere" and blowing the fuse. I even used his code reader but when that fuse blows it spits out 10 different error codes ranging from brakes to transmission. I asked if he thought it was the central "brain" computer, but he thinks the car is too new for that. Changing that would be my last resort since it's a dealer-only part and since it's electronic I can't return it (and it's expensive). I'm hoping somebody had some insights into this other than me having it towed to the dealer and having them bend me over. ???