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HHR Transmission Questions

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  • gmcustsvcgmcustsvc Posts: 4,003
    Hello Jesusir,
    Have you taken your vehicle to a different dealership for a second opinion? Do you have any codes pop up when your vehicle shifts hard? Thank you,
    Mariah GM Customer Service
  • hhr6hhr6 Posts: 1
    My 2006 HHR has been good for 105900 miles. Yes I have had the brakes done five times. Both front and back with drums and rotors turned. The last time the service depart. decided to install their best stuff with a lifetime warranty. We'll see!!. Now the engine light comes on intermittently and the heat goes from normal 185 to 190 then the transmission shifts with jerks . We are saying its dirty sensors. I will return for an possible engine flush which was decided after 6 visits.
  • oldpopsoldpops Posts: 2
    Have you tried JC Whitney? They have a web site now and have alot of old stuff.
  • oldpopsoldpops Posts: 2
    After driving about 40 miles on interstate, stopping at stop sign and try to take off, my car runs very rough, doesn't seem to done shift but tries start off in OD. Can someone share any information on this?
  • gmcustsvcgmcustsvc Posts: 4,003
    oldpops,
    I am sorry your experiencing concerns with your vehicle. Have you spoke with your dealer reguarding your concerns? If not, I would recommend starting there. Please keep me updated on your situation.
    Christina
    GM Customer Service
  • jenkies70jenkies70 Posts: 1
    I have a used 2006 HHR that I've only had about 2 years. It's never really had any problems until the last couple of months. When I first start driving, it kicks really hard going into gear, and then again going into 2nd gear, after that it's smooth sailing. I talked to my very trusted mechanic, who, unfortunately does not work on transmissions, and now my next step is the transmission shop. I'm hoping I can get some feedback as to what the problem might be. I really try to do my homework before purchasing a vehicle, and thought I found a good one...til now. It only has 64,000 miles on it and of course is not under the manufacturer's warranty. Any info is greatly appreciated.
  • aldoraldor Posts: 2
    edited April 2009
    Hello Sir, did you find the problem with your HHR trasmission?
    Im having the same problem and I would like to get some info before I take it to the dealer.
    thanks.
  • Hello Sir, did you find the problem with your HHR trasmission?
    Im having the same problem and I would like to get some info before I take it to the dealer.
    thanks.
  • I wish to tow the HHR behind my motorhome. I read that it can be towed flat with an automatic tranny. Is this true? No modifications? I will buy a manual tranny if the auto can't be towed. I hope someone can answer this.
  • gmcustsvcgmcustsvc Posts: 4,003
    I checked the 2010 HHR manual on how to tow this car behind a recreational vehicle. It looks like you can either tow it with all four wheels on the ground or with the front two wheels on a dolly. The only note I see on what NOT to do (at least for the 2010 HHR) is that the vehicle should not be towed in reverse.

    If you had a specific model year in mind, let me know and I can make sure that this is true for that model year as well.

    Sarah, GM Customer Service
  • wldebonawldebona Posts: 1
    edited March 4

    I have an 07 HHR LT. I was stuck on ice the other day pulling into my parking space and had to be pushed while spinning the tires. The next day I started hearing a noise that sounds like a lawnmower or propellers from an airplane and feel a vibration on the floor as I pick up speed. The engine is running smooth and is quiet, no service lights are on. It also shifts smoothly. I'm trying to get an idea of what it could be caused from. I have very limited finances since I'm on SS disability. If anyone has any suggestions, I would really appreciate the information.

  • gmcustsvcgmcustsvc Posts: 4,003

    Hi wldebona,

    We certainly understand your concerns and apologize that you're now experiencing a noise coming from your vehicle. I understand that you're looking for some tips on the forum to prevent you from going in for service. If you decide to take your vehicle into your local Chevy dealership to be checked, we'd be happy to facilitate throughout this process. Please feel free to private message us your VIN and contact information if we can be of assistance.

    Amber N. GM Customer Care

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