2006 Saturn Vue Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Saturn Vue

2006 Saturn Vue Problems

A Loose or worn gas cap may cause Check Engine Light to illuminate. At this time, RepairPal cannot confirm a recall for this gas cap issue.

The day time running lights (DRL) resistor may fail causing the daytime running lights to stop working. Our technicians tell us a failed resistor will require replacement.

These are real cheap and shame on them for even thinking saving a few pennys was worth the hassle. Cheap nozzles made of nylon are pressed in and cause bad spray or come out completely. GET REPLACED IF UNDER WARRENTY!! I have 3 times and need to again. This will be an ongoing problem.

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2006 Saturn Vue Questions

Had front and back wheel bearing assemblies replaced, checked ball joints, struts, ties rods (inner and out) 4 new tires, 4 wheel alignment, tires balanced, took off drive-shaft (replaced centre bearing and both u joints) and changed trans fluid (no metal on magnet) changed transfer case fluid - ...

Vehicle shakes at speeds above 40 km and can feel under seat, in feet, in wheel, even shakes antenna for radio. Had intermediate shaft replaced, r and l cv joints, all 4 wheel bearing assemblies, have taken off entire drive shaft (AWD) and still shakes, new tires, new enlightenment and balance ti...

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2006 Saturn Vue Reviews

We have two 2006s, one gray with the chrome, and the other bright red with the blackout. They are both the Honda 3.5, and both FWD, not AWD, which is the is the only ones we would buy. I did not want the AWD because it costs 2 mpg, the rear units have problems, and the technology used has proven to be not ver effective. That may have had some impact on how well satisfied we are with them. I...

This has been a great car, But I have 55,000 miles on it and at an idle it has a miss where the motor shakes. I took it to the dealer and they said there was nothing wrong. Because there are no error codes they could not do anything. Does anybody have any ideas.

I have a 2006 Saturn Vue, overall a good vechicle. It has 98,000 and the timing chain just went out. Looked up reviews and this typically only happens in older models. Be aware. New engine 3,500, replace parts 1,500-2,000, used motor out of junkyard 700 plus somebody to install. The issue I have, Saturn(Chevy) they know this is an issue, but they don't recall the problem to fix it....That...

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