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What are a few reasons why the steering column would be making a clicking sound when steering wheel is turn from left to right and right to left

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Possibly a bad bearing in the strut mount or steering shaft that runs from steering column to the rack and pinion.

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When turning right the steering has gone hard and it makes a click noise and indicators dont turn off on their own anymore.what can it be.


Most likely the multifunction switch in the steering column that your directions a connect to a arflashers and brake lights and all kinds of other functions Has Broken typically you need to remove the steering wheel and the surrounding components of the steering column to get to it

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2009 Honda accord ex-L. 27k miles. The steering wheel is making a clicking sound when the wheel is turned to the left or right. this is a most noticable when the steering wheel is in the lowest position.


This sounds like it should be a warranty issue due to the year of the vehicle and the mileage.. It sounds like a bearing or the universal joint in the steering column is worn prematurely. I am assuming the noise is coming from the steering column and not from one or both of the half shafts on your front axle. There is a chance the noise could be from the canceling mechanism for the turn signal, but I think it would be worth having it looked at by your dealer. Hope that helps.

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First the horn would blow while turning left, the a clicking sound while turning, then no horn still making clicking sound.


what is the model of your vehicle. Sounds most likely to be a hardware problem in the steering column. remove the steering wheel and you should see (depending on the model) a pin and spring in a circular plastic bracket shaped with the column. periodically the bracket or even spring pops out and grinds triggering the horn(works by suppling a ground to the wire) when you turn also allowing you to here the clicking.

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Did you try turning steering wheel hard one way or the other? If your parked with wheels cranked, get someone to try rocking vehicle back & forth a bit while you try to turn wheel in same direction they are cranked real hard, then try to cycle key.

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Left turn signal does not blink properly.


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Being a locksmith for ten years, I have been aquainted with a number of occasions where the steering wheel gets locked up.
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I'm sure this sounds silly but, have you tried turning the wheel hard right and hard left? You wouldn't believe how many times people have their tires turned to the right or left, which binds the ignition switch to the point that you can't turn the key to start the vehicle.

If the steering is in a rotational bind it can also bind the "U" joint in the steering column.

Check to make sure that you can actually operate the key cylinder and start the vehicle.

If you can operate the key cylinder of the ignition and start the vehicle, try rotating the steering wheel with the engine running, and see if that will unlock your "U"joint adjuster.

If you do all of the above and it's still unable to be adjusted, you will have to have a locksmith replace the universal joint rod in the steering column.

The main reason for these joints to fail is due to people driving with the column in an attitude of either up from the straight position, or down from the straight position.

The column is "designed" to operate from any position, BUT it causes the joint to fail due to prolonged use in an either up or down position while driving. The adjustable wheel is great for getting into and out of the vehicle, but it should always be driven in a totally straight position with NO upward or downward slant to the steering column.

I hope this will solve your problem economically.

Eshel

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