Saturn Vue Recall

GM is recalling 26 Model Year 2008 Saturn Vue vehicles equipped with a 6T70 6-speed automatic transmission.

Some of these vehicles have a condition in which the transmission case side bore that holds the park pawl pivot pin may have a casting porosity. This condition, coupled with normal operating stresses, could lead to failure, eliminating the ability to secure the transmission in 'Park' position.

If this happens while the vehicle is parked on a non-level surface, the vehicle could roll without warning and cause injury to people in its path. GM says that its Dealers will replace the transmission.

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