really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
44,500 miles

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2007 Saturn Vue wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2007 Saturn Vue Owner Comments

problem #2

Jul 202012

Vue 6-cyl

  • 89,000 miles


I bought this 2007 Saturn Vue V6 AWD in July 2012 from brighton Ford, brighton mi noticed a slight vibration when test driving. Less than a week after I buy it the ac goes out, and the shuttering gets worse. Take it back to them to look at and get referred to a tire shop. Was told the ac coil had a huge leak, and was probably "topped off" at by the dealer and that there was some tire wear issues. Brighton Ford refused to fix anything. Drive it for about a year the shuttering gets worse and worse take it in to bud kouts Chevrolet, lansing, mi for a check engine light that came on, it was because of a miss fire in two of the cylinders. Told them about the shuttering, was told nothing was wrong. 28 days later I have a tire explode, told there was nothing wrong. Take it back after finding a huge hole in the shock absorber casing. This time speaking with the dealership owner directly, after two days they finally found the cause of the shuttering, a bad torque converter. They admitted that this is an issue on the these vehicles, but still want about $2000 to fix it. If there is not a recall on this there should be. I will never by a GM made vehicle again. I've owned three now and have had nothing but problems with them. The Subaru I owned had well over 200,000 miles and no issues the same goes for a Mazda I owned.

- Lansing, MI, USA

problem #1

Mar 022011


  • miles
Defective wheel bearings. I have replaced the front wheel bearings four times now (each front wheel twice) beginning around 40,000 miles. I currently have a little over 70,000 miles. They could cause a wheel to seize.

- North Andover, MA, USA

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