Question about 2006 Pontiac G6
My wife describes it as feeling like she is sliding on ice when this happens.
It sounds like a ball joint or tie rod . you can jack up the front of the car and check one tire at a time, jack it up high enough to get the tire off the ground and shake it for play
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Pontiac G6 gas pedal rattle
Is this almost like a metallic buzzing sound?
Find the catalytic converter under the car it should have a shield on it. Use a broomstick with the car running and hold the shield still and have someone give it a little gas. Just move from shield to shield until you find the offending shield.
Don't touch these with your hand as they can get hot fast.
Most parts houses sell a very large hose clamp to go around these shield for about $10, they will know exactly what you are looking for.
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: sluggish engine pontiac g6
Sounds like a transmission issue, have the car scanned for ant transmission related codes. Most transmission shops will check to make sure your transmission is working 100% free of charge. With what you have described, almost sounds like you don't have 1st or 4th gear and your transmission is running on 2nd and 3rd gear. Easy fix if the 1st-4th solenoid needs to be replaced, or the wire harness has gone bad. Start with getting your car scanned and let me know if your transmission is starting on 2nd. Good luck
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
without having vehicle up on a four poster and putting my head underneath ?? as for the rattle ?? this could be pinking caused by low octane fuel ,95 unleaded is what it should have
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
SOURCE: front end
1. damaged suspension component 2. imbalanced tire(s) 3. excess snow in rim (causing imbalance) 4. excessively low tire pressure on one side 5. fancy (heavy) tire valve cap.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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