Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix
Car sits lower in the back than in the front and when hitting potholes it sounds like metal on metal.
I have owned two 1994 grand prix's and both developed the same problem you are refering to.
i have to agree with the last solution, if the rear is sitting lower, it's time to look at your rear struts. BUT... the GM used a fibreglass monoleaf transverse spring in the rear and the fibre glass spring is suppose to sit on a nylon cushion on both knucles. on both of my vehicles i had the nylon cushion fall or get knocked out. the parts cost about $20.00cdn and can easily be installed without removong the spring. In both cases it solved the sound of metal on metal rubing sound. I also changed the rear struts soon after i replaced the cushions because i noticed they were worn.
hope it helps cheers!
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
It sounds like you have a busted shock absorber.
Not hard to change, available at local parts supplier. Always replace in pairs. Good luck. Dont forget to rate.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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