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2006 Pontiac GTO with manual transmission won't go into any gear with engine running

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SOURCE: Transmission Fluid. Pontiac G6. 2006

The trannsmission is a sealed unit and there is no dipstick. Check to see if you have a leak. More than likely it sounds like your low on fluid at least a 1/2 to a whole quart. Since these are sealed units it should be taken to the dealership to have looked at. If there is not any leaks then I would add 1/2 qt of tranny fluid and try driving so see if it helped. If it helped a little but the same problems are still there add another 1/2 qt. If it doesnt solve the problem then your tranny needs to be looked at.

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You have worn out your shift cables. They cost approx 500 to replace. Mine did the same thing, and of course not covered under extended warranty because it is a wear and tear part just like break pads.

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SOURCE: oil sensor replacement for 2006 GTO

COST Around $25 - $35 and Fallow these Instructions PLEASE RATE ME!!!!!

Engine Oil Pressure Sensor and/or Switch Replacement

Tools Required

  • J41712 Oil Pressure Switch Socket
Removal Procedure
Disconnect the oil pressure sensor electrical connector (1).
  1. Important: Clean the area around the sensor before removal. This prevents debris from entering the engine. Use J41712 to remove the oil pressure sensor from the engine block.
Installation Procedure
  1. If installing the old sensor, apply thread sealant GM P/N 12346004, (Canadian P/N 1093480), or equivalent. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions.
  2. Use to install the J41712 oil pressure sensor to the engine block. Tighten the engine oil pressure sensor to 35 Nm (26 ft. lbs.) .Connect the oil pressure sensor electrical connector (1).

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