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Re: 2007 Saturn VUE Green Line recommendation
Our family has owned Saturns since 1992. They've always been reliable out-performers, until the most recent one. I took delivery of my 2007 Hybrid Vue on 31 May, 2007. From the first tankful of gas, the mileage has been woefully short of the projections - worst case was 19 and best was 32 on the freeway at 70 mph and no air conditioning. Most recently, I drove the Vue down I-95 in Florida at around 70 and no A/C. Mileage? 28. Do the math. That's about 3 mpg better than my first Vue would have gotten. At $3 a gallon, it'll take me approximately 233,000 miles to recoup the $3000 premium I paid for the car. If you live in a climate where air conditioning is not a means of survival in the summer, then this car might be OK.
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It would probably not be available other than from a dealer. I doubt the aftermarket body shop suppliers would handle it. You might find it in a junk yard but probably not on a model that new. I would say the dealer is your only choice. Any GM dealer can order it.
If you have a factory installed alarm the original factory key can activate the alarm by pressing the lock button twice(rapidly). The lock symbol is generally a symbol of a "locked" lock. If there is no buttons on the car key or it is an aftermarket alarm, a key fab (a little alarm remote control with 2-4 buttons the size of a keychain) is needed to activate/deactivate the alarm.
Use manufacture recommended oil Wt. and rating (Conventional or syn.) Syn. oils allow for longer change intervals, but may not be recommend by manufacture to extend interval. So if it is still under warranty save some money and stay with the Manufacture recommendation conventional oil unless they specify Syn.oil.So as to not void warranty. If out of warrenty Syn. oils can have longer interval between oil change. Dose it effect or have any other real improvement in normal cars???? not really ...for the cos ..No. Is toilet water wetter then sink water?
I had a 92 buick park avenue with that same noise unfortunately to say that the trans was going out.It would work sometimes but once it heated up i wouldn't be able to move at all.If the clutch gets stuck when you try to shift into gear your trans if probably going out! Hope this helped.GOOD LUCK