This particular model 2004 Saturn SI2 have transmission problems or recall for this

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Asked by May 02, 2013 at 05:55 PM about the 2004 Saturn ION 2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Transmission (5A) completely out

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Technical Service Bulletins of the 1997 Saturn SL2 There have been 2 technical service bulletins issued for the 1997 Saturn SL2. 1997 Saturn SL2 SEDAN body bumpers service bulletin (Bulletin 98T29)Bulletin Date: Aug. 1, 1998 Component: Body bumpers. Bulletin Summary: Front fender chips paint of fascia at forward tip. Yd Vehicles covered in this TSB: 1996 Saturn SL2 1997 Saturn SL2 1998 Saturn SL2 1997 Saturn SL2 suspension service bulletin (Bulletin 98T07) Bulletin Date: Feb. 1, 1998 Component: Suspension. Bulletin Summary: Experiencing a rattle or click noise from the rear of vehicle when turning at slow speeds and/or driving over uneven surfaces. Vehicles covered in this TSB: 1996 Saturn SC2 1997 Saturn SC2

nothing about the transmission...have you had the filter and fluid changed on this thing?

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It is a 2004 Saturn Ion 2 (SI2)

"completely out"...what out of fluid or the torque converter quit convertin'?

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