Question about Pontiac Grand Am
Yes you could have a problem in the rack or air in the system. Try filling the fluid and slowly turn the steering wheel back and forth and recheck fluid level. You may have to do this a couple of times to get all the air out, each time turn the steering wheel a little further till you can turn it the whole way each way. If you find no air the rack is probably startining a go bad and the belt wear is due to the belt jumping. Make sure the belt is tight if not the same thing can happen.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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