Last post on Mar 16, 2006 at 8:54 PM
You are in the Pontiac Grand Prix
What is this discussion about?
Pontiac Grand Prix, Sedan
#10 of 12 Re: [kauzins]
Mar 05, 2006 (10:52 pm)
I didn't think that there were any problems with these transmissions. That's why they have them in so many cars, for so many years. The 200-4R was borderline in some cars, but starting with the 700-R4 in the 90's, they seemed to be pretty bullet-proof from then on. I'd think that this was some kind of fluke then. I have absolutely no qualms about the trans in my GXP.
#11 of 12 Trans. Reverse Re: [kauzins]
Mar 06, 2006 (1:51 pm)
“Has any GXP owner’s experienced similar problems related to the transmission.”
I did not experience this sort of issue.
I did have issues (documented above) that resulted in a new transaxle installed.
My ** guess ** is that there was some sort of linkage issue with the particular vehicle – that would (or should) have been addressed by technician(s) when it was prepared. Shortly after delivery to the Dealer. And certainly before anyone was allowed to test drive it.
Otherwise, enjoying the 10,000+ miles . .
#12 of 12 Re: Trans. Reverse Re: [rayainsw]
Mar 16, 2006 (8:54 pm)
i own a 2006 gxp never had any problems with trany or hissing sounds and now have 6500 miles on car i do alot of driving for work it has been more reliable than my 2002 seville many elec problems with caddy and trany no out on car will not shift do to electrical problems as fare as garage door opener i thought that was realy cheap too and passanger seat not elec gm should make nav upgrade able so you could get latest up dates?