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VIBRATING SOUND WHEN DRIVING AND SPEEDING UP TO MERGE OR SWITCH LANES ETC MY CAR WILL MAKE A VIRBATING SOUND THAT COMES FROM THE SHIFTER IT IS AN AUTOMATIC BY THE WAY

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  • G6_Erich Aug 21, 2008

    I'm having the same issue with mine. I took it to the dealer this week, and they said that they couldn't hear anything out of the ordinary. I had a 2007 G6 that didn't make this noise, and it's driving me crazy.

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There is probably a transmission problem take it to a tranny specialist and have them check it out

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