2009 Pontiac G6 Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2009 Pontiac G6
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2009 Pontiac G6 ProblemsLow beam headlights
Both of my low beam headlight keep going out. Can replace them and with in two days there blowed again. My brother and one of my friends are having the same problem with there G6
Vehicles with certain V6 engines may illuminate the Check Engine Light one or more of the following codes: P0011, P0014, P0021, P0024, P0341, P0346, P0336, or P0391. Our technicians tell us that some vehicles may require a powertrain control module (PCM) software update to correct this issue. Other vehicles may have excess camshaft end play on one or both cylinder heads which will need to be corrected using special procedures outlined by GM.
Illumination of the Check Engine Light can be caused by a loose or worn gas cap.
2009 Pontiac G6 QuestionsAre there and recalls on the headlights? The wirering harness keeps burning. (3 answers)
My husband has has to replace the wiring harness once on the driver side and twice on the passenger side because it keeps getting so hot that it burn and melts the wiring harness. Has anybody else has this problem, or know of a recall for the problem?
Is my engine locked
2009 Pontiac G6 RecallsVarious Electrical Concerns
Increased resistance in an electrical connection at the body control module (BCM) may result in voltage fluctuations in the brake pedal sensor circuit. These fluctuations can cause concerns with various systems that monitor the position of the brake pedal, any of which would increase the risk of a crash. Dealers will attach the wiring harness to the BCM with a spacer, apply dielectric lubricant to both the BCM and harness connector and the BAS and harness connector, and will reprogram the brake pedal sensor to correct these concerns.
On vehicles equipped with a 4-speed automatic transmission, the tabs on the transmission shift cable end may fracture and separate. If this were to occur, the shift lever and the actual position of the transmission gear may not match. The driver would be able to move the shifter to "Park" and remove the ignition key, but the transmission gear may not be in "Park." The vehicle may not be able to be restarted and the vehicle could roll away after the driver has exited the vehicle, resulting in a possible crash without prior warning. Dealers will install a retainer over the cable end or replace the shift cable as necessary. The General Motors recall number 12106.
The shifter cable adjustment may become dislodged. This may cause the vehicle to show that it is in "Park," when it could actually be in another gear. If this happens, the vehicle may move and not be secure. Dealers will inspect the shift cable adjustment clip to make sure it is fully engaged, and will replace any shift cables that cannot be secured. The General Motors recall number is 09041. The recall began on March 24, 2009.