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Old 05-10-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Steering pop

Everytime I turn right and crank the wheels all the way there's a loud pop, do anyone know what it could be?
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Everytime I turn right and crank the wheels all the way there's a loud pop, do anyone know what it could be?
My 98 used to do that when I would hit a bump or pothole. Just a loud pop right where the dash meets the windshield. Left me clueless.
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My 98 used to do that when I would hit a bump or pothole. Just a loud pop right where the dash meets the windshield. Left me clueless.
+1 mine does It to I have no clue what it is
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In gonna align it and see it it helps but did it affect your drivability?
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In gonna align it and see it it helps but did it affect your drivability?
Not at all! Just loud and annoying. Only did it maybe once every two weeks on random bumps or holes. Of course it had to do it the first time I'd have a cute girl in the car.
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I can see where my tires rub the swaybar up front, do you think that has anything to do with it?? I'm running 245/45/17. And is that a common size for our cars?
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I would have your ball joints checked if you take it to get aligned. Any time my front end popped while turning the ball joints were going out.
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I would have your ball joints checked if you take it to get aligned. Any time my front end popped while turning the ball joints were going out.
Thanks I'll get my ball joints looked at
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I would have your ball joints checked if you take it to get aligned. Any time my front end popped while turning the ball joints were going out.
+1 sounds like a balljoint.
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The steering is kinda squeaky too
Think WD40 will fix it?
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Lol, wd40 isn't for fixing things generally. But spray the hell out of everything, maybe the squeak will go away for a couple days.
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Lol, wd40 isn't for fixing things generally. But spray the hell out of everything, maybe the squeak will go away for a couple days.
Yeah I did it and nothing happened still get the occasional pop when turning right
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