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Old 04-15-2012, 11:35 AM   #1
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screeching when turning wheelesz

Front end is very noisey My budy said it was struts??, I'm thinking more ball joints or tierods, om my 94 gt
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Front end is very noisey My budy said it was struts??, I'm thinking more ball joints or tierods, om my 94 gt
Are you sure it isn't the power steering pump or a cat caught in the steering linkage?
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Are you sure it isn't the power steering pump or a cat caught in the steering linkage?
Well no its not that kind of screeching I know what. A ps pump sounds like, its so hard to explain, just was hoping it not rac and pinion
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Re: screeching when turning wheelesz

The second part of that was just a joke. If you are sure it isn't the pump then the next most likely suspects would be the struts and ball joints.
Have it checked out before something breaks and causes you to crash.
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The second part of that was just a joke. If you are sure it isn't the pump then the next most likely suspects would be the struts and ball joints.
Have it checked out before something breaks and causes you to crash.
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Well no its not that kind of screeching I know what. A ps pump sounds like, its so hard to explain, just was hoping it not rac and pinion
I have a r&p for sale if you need it.
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I have a r&p for sale if you need it.
I saw that in an eariler thread, how much does something like that run?
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the one i have for sale for 60+shipping. its aluminum and has the better turning ratio.new this one i think is over 200 but i could be wrong.the thing that i dont know is if your car has the same rac as mine.
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Are you sure it isn't the power steering pump or a cat caught in the steering linkage?
Lmfao!...a cat is the only plausible issue I could think of
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Lmfao!...a cat is the only plausible issue I could think of
I actually had that happen years ago at my grandmother's house, which is what made me think of it.
P.S. The cat lived through it and it was more of a squall than a screech.
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Brakes sticking? Just a thought? Before my ball joint went it was a scraping sound I wouldn't say high pitched. And yes it went out in a turn. I agree look or get looked at.
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