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I have a Saturn Vue 2006, while driving down the road their is an annoying squeal, is there a reacall on the transmission that would fix this problem?

After shutting off my vehicle for 15 minutes or more the squeal goes away for a short time.

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First, how many miles are on you 06 Vue... Because what your describing sounds dead on like a water pump/timing belt about to go bad on you. YOUR BEST COURSE OF ACTION is to take it to a garage you trust (not always the dealer) and have them take a listen to it. If it is the water pump or timing belt, have them change both; the only difference in price is for parts---WELL WORTH THE PIECE OF MIND--- knowing that they were just in there and could have done it anyway.

Posted on May 09, 2014

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SOURCE: 2006 Saturn Vue Transmission Fluid Check

Here you go..

Be sure that transmission fluid temperature is at least 104° F (40° C). Models with 2.2L engine: To access check/fill plug: In the engine compartment, remove clamp from air hose behind cooling fan. Separate air tube from the hose and push the tube back towards the transaxle. Remove the clip holding the two power steering lines together. All Models: From underneath vehicle remove the transaxle check/fill plug with engine running. Fluid level should be even with hole. Add fluid as needed until fluid flows from hole. Replace check/fill plug and torque to 9 ft. lbs. (12 Nm).

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Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 Saturn Vue AWD 6 cylinder whistle

Hi all,
I currently own a 2005 saturn vue and also a 2002 saturn vue. My 2005 began making the same whistling sound around 36000 miles, I let it go and let it go. Finally it got so bad I could not deal with it any longer, I have a great mechanic and he automatically point out the carrier bareing I had it replaced and my car is very very peaceful...... :) Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Saturn Vue WHERE IS THE TRANSMISSION FLUID REFILL

If it is a 2.2 Auto it has a VT25E Trans,A really bad experiment from G.M.There is no dipstick.The only way to check it per service is to remove the center part of the main drain plug while running in park,if fluid drains or trickles out they say it's full.You probally have other Issues inside the trans.Check your mileage they have a special coverage period for this Trans through Saturn Dealer!! They May cover it or do a partial coverage for you.Hope this helps

Posted on May 14, 2009

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SOURCE: how to add fluid to a 2004 Saturn Vue transfer case

well if it is a v6.. the stick is on your right(as you stand in front) and way down. It has a yellow handle, but hard to see.

if you have v4 probably doesn't have one they are sealed.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

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SOURCE: saturn vue warning light - no description in the manual

it sucks balls

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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