2007 Pontiac G6 Power Train Automatic Transmission Problems, Complaints and Defects, Recalls and Failures

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2007 Pontiac G6 Power Train Automatic Transmission Problems, Complaints and Defects

 Issue ID832987
 Internal NHTSA #10370692
 ManufacurerGENERAL MOTORS LLC
 BrandPONTIAC
 ModelG6
 Model Year2007
 File date23/08/07
 ComponentPOWER TRAIN:AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
Product type codeVEHICLE
 Description of the problemSituation: the g6 was on cruise control at about 50 mph, the road was in vermont hills/mountains, the weather was raining -- from light to an increasing intensity. The wipers were turned on to the low pulse setting, and as the rain intensity increased the pulse frequency was increased one step at a time. When the pulse was at its fastest, and the g6 was proceeding up an incline and the cruise logic was in the process of deciding to shift gears, the windshield wipers stopped enough to obscure all vision. This condition repeated itself until i changed the pulse setting to constant. Then, again, but this time in west lafayette traveling from the main road north out of town up route 443 between route 43 and 52 on cruise at 35 mph in a rain with the wipers on fast pulse the wipers stopped and vision was obscured. Sooo, the hill/incline does not have to be 'mountainous' or very long in duration. The dealer in vt suggested i should just put it on constant pulse to avoid the issue -- duh. The dealer in michigan attempted to replicate the condition but city traffic, etc. Prohibited the 'experiment'. The gm customer relations contacts simply kept telling me that the condition 'did not exist' because it could not be replicated -- which was the same as calling me a liar. Duh. Yet the gm cr would not allow me to discuss the issue with anyone involved with the vehicle design or build -- because "it could not be duplicated" yet i duplicated the vt occurrence in illinois in different terrain. Since the 'hill' in west lafayette is very typical of hills in most of the states in the usa it is likely that anyone driving in the conditions noted would experience the same result. Yet, no one in gm will sit and discuss this at a functional level. When the wiper stops and no one can see out the front windshield, whether traveling at 50 or 35 mph the condition is very critical and a serious accident can occur. I have been trying to discuss this frequently since it occurred.
 Vehicle Mileage at Failure6500
Number of Occurences1
Source of the issueNHTSA WEB SITE
 City and StateSTERLING HEIGHTS, MI
VIN pattern 1G2ZG58B574XXXXXX
 Was vehicle invloved in a crash?N
 Was vehicle involved in a fire?N
 Was incedent reported to police?N
 Was medical attention required?
 Was part original equipment?
No. of injured persons0
No. of fatalities0
 Date of purchase22/01/21
Was original owner?N
Anti-lock brakesN
Cruise controlN
Number of cylinders6
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 Vehicle speed50
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  • What is Recall?

    A recall is when a product is removed from the market or a correction is made to the product because it is either defective or potentially harmful.
  • What is Failure?

    Failure is the state or condition of not meeting a desirable or intended objective, and may be viewed as the opposite of success. Product failure ranges from failure to sell the product to fracture of the product, in the worst cases leading to personal injury, the province of forensic engineering.
  • What is Defect?

    Non-conformance of a car component with the specified requirements, or non-fulfillment of user expectations, including the safety aspects.
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