Question about Chevrolet C1500
Hi, noise and vibration from car when turning could be caused by many things, ball joints usually make clunking noises (usually one when turning and one when turning the wheel from turning), cv joints usually make a clicking noise and vibrate under load. Have it checked out, les schwab will do it for free (check it).
It could also be as a result of low Power Steering Fluid. You should refill it with the proper fluid as recommended by the manual.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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