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Looks like you have aftermarket wheels on this vehicle. I would make sure the front wheels were balanced at a garage that has an up to date wheel balancer. ususally this type of wheel will have to have stick on weights on 2 planes of the wheel. ask your shop if they rotated the tires when they pulled the trans.... if they did, rotate them back. also, they should have centering rings on each wheel to center the aftermarket wheel to the hub. these are called hub centric rings. be sure none of these were taken off... lastly, the drive shaft could also be an issue. was this replaced? was it balanced? are the u joints tight?
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
It can be worn out wheel bearings or problem with CV joints or transmission needs to be re-inspected.Click the link below for more troubleshooting:---
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Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Jeep has a tech service bulletin about the front calipers needing to be replaced in order to stop the vehicle from warping the front rotors.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
If you are below 100 psi then you have a major leak inside the transmission. These will read upwards of 700 psi and require a special gauge to check line pressure. As far as fixing this there are limited parts available for this transmission and a replacement unit is big bucks. Take the car to your saturn dealer and see what they will do. These have a 5 year 75,000 miles warranty for the transmission, and most of them are covering up to and past 100,000 miles for customer satisfaction. If you dont know much or anything about this transmission do not attempt to repair it. Let the trained professional tech at saturn take care of this.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: Shaking at highway speeds.
As for your shaking at highway speeds, providing your tires have been balanced properly, it's probably a u-joint. If you let off the gas when it's vibrating, and the vibration quits immediatly, it's a u-joint. If it doesn't, it's a tire or wheel.
The squeak is probably a shock, but that would be a guess.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Most common problem would be tires are out a balance. Or, the tires are out of round ( meaning the tires have a hop to it; not completely round ).
Posted on May 22, 2009
If you replaced the fuel pump then there is a possibility that during the job then some debris from the tank and/or filter got loose somewhere into the fuel system and is in your lines. It could even be a very tiny speck of gasket material, old or new.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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