Replace clutch master slave or clutch slave something like that. Mine was sqeaking and the one good intelligent tech told me it has to be the clutch slave. So they replaced under warranty and now it is totally fine. Do not have them lube it again it will just keep happening.
Had the same problem. Dealer replaced clutch assembly, but then again they also relaces all the seals a plates do to a leak they have been trying to fix. Man they have had my car for 3 weeks in total over these issues since end of July. One more time and I'm going to loose it.
I had a squeaky clutch pedal a while ago, and they had to replace the assembly. Not really sure what they replaced, but the dealership told me it was a common problem with the Redline. They replaced it, problem solved. I can dig in my records to try to find details if you want.
did you find those records? sorry old thread i know but i'm going through this issue right now. i stopped at a dealer today and the saturn service tech agreed that it is probably either the master or slave cyl as he had one himself that had the same problem. BUT he told me that 2006 rl's don't have a powertrain warranty??? wtf??? i didn't have any of my paperwork with me at the time so i didn't really have anything to come back with but i thought all gm vehicles in the last decade had the 10 yr 100,000 mile powertrain warranty..... anyone have any info for me??? HELP!!!
Mine started doing this yesterday its been cold and rainy and its annoying as hell already gotta deal with the loud annoying fan for the heater.Anyone know the cost to get this replaced at a dealer.
I also would suggest taking your vehicle into your Authorized Saturn service center/dealership for vehicle repair quotes as they would be able to provide you that information after diagnosing and seeing the extent of the issues you're experiencing.
Hopefully your RL issues is resolved quickly and it's not costly. Please keep me posted on how it goes!
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