Question about 2004 Saturn ION
My guess is bad cv joints and since ur asking I'm guessing it might be a challenge for u to fix. Check out YouTube.com for 2004 Saturn cv joint replacement.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like your rotors are warped. First off, have the front wheels been off the car at any time recently? If so, someone may have reinstalled them and not torqued the lugs properly. Too much torque (or different torque on different lug nuts) can artifically warp the rotors. Also, hot rotors getting wet can warp (as if you slammed the brakes on or were braking severely on the way to the car wash, where you sprayed them down). Or, they could be just worn out. Chances are though that you'll need new rotors. Remember that when you change rotors, no matter how new the pads on your car may be, you need to put new brake pads on with them.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
I have had that problem with my wifes car,i called a mobile repair guy to come out and tighten something in the steering column,cost me about $50
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
That system is better left to someone with knowledge and experience with it...after all if it is messed up its the streering that wont work, and your life may depend on it
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
I would get to a shop and have the ball joints, tie rod ends, and strut bearings checked. Any and all of them may cause that problem on a car this old. This is one of the few problem areas I would let a Saturn dealer inspect the car, as they may well have seen hundreds just like it. Once they tell you what is wrong, get out of there and get the work done somewhere else. Do not be shy about buying your own parts and paying a shop to put them in. Pick a shop which does alignments as the car will need that when the parts have been replaced.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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