Question about 2005 Saturn L-Series
Saturn 2003 L200. 44,000 miles and transmission went out. How can that happen at only 44,000 miles and regular oil changes?
I would say with any Major vehicle service the transmission should have the fluid changed.
Many things can lead to the failure with the electronics. A slight trans leak can lead to big trouble..
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
What do you mean "went out"? The car doesn't move or what? Since it's a computer controlled transmission, many things could lead to a failure, so without having the car in front of me to check a few things, my best guess would be a failure of the Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid (PCS). A service bulletin was issued for previous years. TSB 04-07-30-020
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
You should never need to change the transmission oil on a automatic .have no idea why it went wrong but i would i would fit a manual gearbox ,
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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