2009 Saturn Aura Transmission Failure
I have literally been on this site reading the various but similar postings about the GM vehicles. I too have had the same exact problem with my Saturn. I was driving along and without warning, I heard a rubbing/popping sound and then the car slowed as if it lost power. Luckily, I was close to home. When I attempted to crank the car the next morning, there was nothing. I had the vehicle towed to an authorized Saturn dealership who told me that I would need to pay $1000 in order for them to LOOK at it and it was a possibility the price would go up once they REALLY found out what was wrong with it. I looked to see if my car was included in the recall and of course it wasn't. BUT the same exact thing that happened to the recall cars, happened to mine. I do not think GM broaden their assessment of the recalls wide enough because this transmission issue is affecting a lot more models and years. I'm so disappointed. This is the first time I chose to purchase an american car and this is what happened. My car does not even have 100,000 miles on it yet, only 71,000 and a major mechanic fail. I did notice that GM customer service reps responded to a lot of postings. Can anyone tell me if they really assisted you or just dismissed you?
Any help please, about to cry.