Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue
My 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue makes a noise when driving. If it is setting idol it does not make a noise. It seem to make a dragging type of noise when it goes over 10 miles an hour. When you turn the steering column just a little bit the the right it seems to stop.
I think it started when I had to brake on ice and was having trouble getting it to stop
Could it be a bad strut or brake. Or is it in the steering column. How can you tell if something is wrong with the anti - lock brake system?
Or could it be something with the transmission?
If your car is not making noise during at idle well you might check the power steering fluid level it might be causing it to make a noise you said that its only making noise when driving right you might check your drive belt for wear it might be slip and about with your ABS it should throw a code on your dash board and also you mention if brake or strut could be causing it well its easy to identify brakes are making noise happen when you brake and strut will make a noise when you hit a bump ,hard corner well to diagnose it jounce the car ride on it on the front bumper also the rear.then when it comes to your transmission you said you can feel the noise all the time even at idle so dont worry for this time.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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