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#154 of 405 Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Problems, Again [gmcustsvc]
Sep 25, 2011 (8:26 am)
We have a shutter on our '06 Vue 3.5 transmission as described in this forum. We changed the transmission fluid with the Honda variety about 30 days ago and it improved the shutter greatly, but it is returning. There are no more Saturn Dealers in the Orlando, Fl area. Where can we take our Vue to have this looked into? What about this recall: #10285 (February 2011) (for the transmission PCM re-program)? Also, what if it needs a torque converter? Is that covered? Car has 72000 miles.
Thank you in advance for your assistance.
#155 of 405 Re: Transmission problems [bismarck318]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Sep 25, 2011 (9:01 am)
Sounds like you may benefit from removing your current anti-virus program and trying a different one. I've had good luck with free editions of AVG and Avast, and am now using Microsoft Security essentials. Downloads.com has a long list of them.
Bad enough having to rent a vehicle without having to rent a computer too.
#156 of 405 Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Problems, Again [mbeach01]
Sep 25, 2011 (12:25 pm)
Go to saturn.com...there you will find a link to "Authorized saturn Service Providers" Follow the link and its as easy as entering your zip code...It will likely be a local Chevrolet dealership.
#157 of 405 Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Problems, Again [mbeach01]
Sep 27, 2011 (7:20 am)
I apologize for the problems you are experiencing. Could you please email us your VIN? We would like to look further into your situation. Also, could you include your zip code so I may search for the nearest dealership?
You can get my email by clicking on gmcustsvc.
Caron, GM Customer Service
#158 of 405 Could this be a transmission problem?
Sep 27, 2011 (10:44 am)
I just recently bought a 2004 Saturn vue. I've noticed that when I accelerate slow, around 25 miles an hour there is a jerky feeling but if I accelerate quick it doesn't do that. Could it be the transmission? I've been told it could be the rear motor mount but its been checked and there is nothing wrong with the mounts. I don't want to put alot of money in it for trail and error. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
#159 of 405 Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Problems, Again [mbeach01]
Sep 28, 2011 (2:50 pm)
Please define shutter, is it like surging or sort of jerky shifting (ie: much like someone learning to drive a manual)?
#160 of 405 Re: Transmission problems [steve_]
Sep 28, 2011 (3:00 pm)
TY, I'll try this as I do have an antiquated OS, & on a dialup. A shame I can no longer just simply pick up a copy of XP discs off the shelf at a reasonable cost. Newer programs likely will not run on my OS.
Older & less intrusive software I find works better on this machine.
#161 of 405 Re: Could this be a transmission problem? [tweety37050]
Sep 28, 2011 (3:05 pm)
Tweety, what size engine?
I grit my teeth accelerating after making a turn to find what state the TC may be in, if it's going to surge, or jerk the vehicle. Saturn considered this normal.
#162 of 405 Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Problems, Again [bismarck318]
Sep 28, 2011 (6:11 pm)
No. More like lugging. Like it upshifted too soon and the engine was not running fast enough for the gear selected.
#163 of 405 Re: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Problems, Again [bismarck318]
Sep 28, 2011 (10:02 pm)
It's like somebody trying to learn to drive a manual.