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My 2005 chevy cobalt steering makes a grinding noise when turned to the left at low speeds

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check power steering fluid .if really low check for leaking hoses.

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The replacement of the steering column assembly will require a setup procedure for complete repair. This is done via a tech 2 scanner. A good dealer technician should know this.

Eletronic Power Steering (EPS) is one of the latest ideas to eliminate the fluid type power steering systems. It eliminates the power steering pump thus adding miles per gallon.

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rack is bad

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Check the under fender. Sometimes the black plastic will come loose around the wheel area. Turn your wheels to the left and see if the tire are rubbing close to any part of the fender area.

Posted on May 10, 2010

SOURCE: i have a 2005 chevy cobalt that is making a humming noise after 20 mph. I can also feel a vibration in the gas petal. "noise" increases with speed. Higher milage and just had struts replaced about 150

squeakey69 is right it sounds like you have a wheel bearing problem cobalts are notorious for wheel bearings going bad i would go ahead and change both front bearings because if one is going bad the other usually isnt far behind hope this helps.

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