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From what you have described, no. A drive-shaft would damage a transmission if it was too long. It would be quite the rookie mistake. I know that if your drive-shaft needed repair then the dealership would send the drive-shaft out to a drive-shaft shop The Dealership doesn't have their own balancing machine. The machine shop would replace the u-joints and then balance the drive-shaft. If the machinist had to make up a new drive-shaft because the original was damaged. It would have been then that if there was a mistake made in the drive-shafts length, it was made there. I find it hard to believe but it isn't impossible. My honest opinion is that it is a coincidence. If I can answer any questions please write back, good luck.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Mar 23, 2014


Sounds like the battery died in the key fob. You'll need to take it to a dealership and have the battery changed and the fob reprogrammed to the car.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Feb 08, 2014


IF IT WAS ME, I CAN REPLACE THE KEY.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Jan 20, 2014


try a transmission oil change with fresh oil often oil may be dirty and thick that its slightly thicker when cold and thins out once warmed up ,some fresh clean new oil should help

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Jan 15, 2014


need more info to help better

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Dec 21, 2013

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