Question about 2006 Pontiac G6
I have a pontiac g6 2006, the 4 cylinder. When i shift the vehicle from park to drive, it makes a big almost a "clunking" sound. Then it does a smaller version of that into second gear. It is automatic transmission. After 2nd gear or so it stops. This also happens with a random "service engine soon" light appearing. I was wondering if anyone knew if this would be some sort of sensor or if the transmission may actually be slipping in those gears.
I have the exact car w/same exact problem. I was told that ist was the speed sensor, which just so happens to be located inside the transmission w/a $400. repair bill.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
OKAY, I had the same problem. When driving you could feel the jerking sound and it's very annoying. I know and understand and I got mine fix about a 5 month ago. Here is the answer: Power Control Module: Once you take the pcm relay out it might come back to normal for 5 minutes then back to regular. The g6 is a computerized car. Buy A PCM and your problem will be fix. I promise it will be fix. It's not the pressure relay. I spent 1,500$ and all I had to do is buy a new Power Control Module because this computer controls the transmission: Here is the Link: http://amzn.to/1KqiPX7 ACDelco 12612384 GM Original Equipment Engine Control Module
Posted on Sep 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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