Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Well you haven't provided much information, so I am just going to give yo a few things that you can check.
1) check your brake pads, rotor, ( if duringbrake application )
2) check that the caliper is not sticking ( if uring and after brake application )
3) check your wheel bearings ( all the time while in motion )
4) check your ball joints ( while driving and turning )
5) check your tie rods ( while driving and turning )
6) check your CV joint ( drive axle ) While driving and more pronounced while turning )
Good luck I hope that these suggestions give you some idea and help you locate and rectify your problem. Remember to rate all the solutions that you get from FixYa,thanx.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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