The main issue that I am reporting just occurred two days ago. Disappointed that you didn¿T send any notice of the safety recall or coverage your words before now or ever, we had to get it from the tech at the dealership. I have been researching this problem with Pontiac and I have noticed it's a reoccurring issue, these cars should not be sold to customers with all of these electrical problems that continue to happen. The contact stated that the steering wheel made a cracking sound when turned right or left. It's quite a serious safety hazard that can happen a moments notice.
Completely disappointed that you¿re not fixing it. The failure mileage was 122,786. The failure mileage was 200,000. I can drive over 30 miles per hour with out the steering wheel shanking. The motor assists steering through a worm gear and reduction gear located in the steering column housing.
Failed two codes C0460 and C0545 for the steering torque input sensor and the steering wheel sensor. Posted on Nov 29, 2009 05? This may also be caused by a loose or damaged belt, so make sure and check its condition before replacing the pump. This problem with the power steering being electrical is not safe and a recall needs to be done on this model as well. If you look up under the dash under the steering column an see a electric motor on the steering column, well then you have electric power steering! The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The car is presently at a dealership as they had done some work on the car for the transmission and after that is when the power steering leaked again.
Consequences If power steering assist is lost, greater driver effort would be required to steer the vehicle at low speeds, increasing the risk of a crash. Again, this coverage to fix it was not brought to our attention until coverage ran out at 150,000 miles. Started my car with remote starter and opened door with it. Please look into this because we can not afford the repairs and can not afford another vehicle. The contact stated that it took numerous attempts to start the vehicle.
The video above shows you the steps needed to check the power steering fluid level in your 2007 Pontiac G6. An independent mechanic stated that the U joint bearing may be the source of the failure. However, he said his system shows that 89021185 is also superseded by part 19329450. I would like something to be done about this issue. I went to two auto shop to have power steering fluid added and was to it was a recall in three power steering pump. Upon opening the hood, flames were seen coming from the back of the engine compartment.
The issue has become constant. My 16 year old daughter drives this care. Steering wheel also constantly shakes while in park or driving. Although when I go to drive it, somehow a light comes on. Recalls often involve problems that are rare but could cause a serious problem if they occur. Son was parking and noticed smoke, he quickly turned off the G6 and no true fire occurred. My power steering has been disabled numerous times now while driving.
Again, the sites I link to provide inconsistent info, so I'm looking for something more definitive and preferably supported with reputable source info. I then took my car into an auto repair shop where they informed me that this was something they could not fix because they don¿T have the parts and I would have to take it into a Pontiac or a Chevy dealership. The dealer and manufacturer were not contacted. While driving various speeds, the power steering warning indicator illuminated and the wheels shook violently, which made the vehicle difficult to control. Bulletin 14117 covers model year 2008 Chevrolet Malibu, Pontiac and Saturn Aura built from February 1, 2008, through February 28, 2008.
The problem is intermittent and can freeze up any time while driving. I have taken my car in for diagnostics tests for maintenance of the car and they have come back saying the car is fine. It broke again while transporting my grandchildren. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired.
So the risk to any given driver is often remote, even though there may be a few high-profile incidents traced to the problem. The driver was able to coast the vehicle to the side of the road and powered off the engine. He said he had no info about this part number. An independent mechanic stated that the U joint bearing may be the source of the failure. Parts are not currently available. I went to two auto shop to have power steering fluid added and was to it was a recall in three power steering pump. Another time she was turning the corner when the steering locked up.
When I got in the alarm went off about my power steering. The associate had nothing to say regarding 89021185, and simply pointed me toward using 19329450. If hydraulic look at the driver side of the engine , it runs off the cam shaft! This information will typically be located in the back of the manual in a section title fluid capacities and specifications. I have been researching this problem with Pontiac and I have noticed it's a reoccurring issue, these cars should not be sold to customers with all of these electrical problems that continue to happen. Now it's going out while driving.