Pontiac Grand Prix Problem Report
Pontiac Grand Prix Steering May Develop Clunk Noise From Upper Intermediate Steering Shaft
The steering may develop a clunk type noise from the upper intermediate steering shaft. Our technicians tell us that you should check with your local GM dealer to find out what the latest repair is for this condition.
Clicking sound while driving and slight vibration in the steering wheel. The clicking sound is a semi- constant, it occurs on any type of surface. - Visitor
When I turn the steering wheel (make a tight turn), there's a loud clunking/grinding noise each time. - Visitor
Had the problem while under warranty. Dealer lubed intermediate steering shaft. Problem developed again after warranty expired. Dealer then reccommended replacing the intermediate steering shaft. Took some convincing but they finally agreed to cover the cost of the replacement. Problem solved to my satisfaction. There is a TSB on this problem. - Visitor
Noise from the steering shaft!! - Lehigh1
WHEN DRIVING AND STOPPING OR WHEN I GO TO MAKE A TURN, I HEAR A CLICKING AND CLUNKING NOISE AND MY STEERING WHEEL VIBRATES. - MARIO DEEJAYE
With every turn car keeps clicking and making noises.. - Visitor
Took it to dealer. he said it wasn't bothering anything, but if I wanted to, he can fix the noise. - Visitor
Clunk noise in steering when I make a turn - ebonywomansc
Clunk noise in steering. Intermediate steering shaft replaced - Visitor
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