Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
If your wheels are torqued properly, and there is no corrosion between the mating surface of the rim / brake rotor, the noise is likely in the axle (constant velocity shaft). as it gets worn, these noises can begin to surface. there is absolutely no risk driving like this, there is no problem, just a little wear. the majority of replacement axles will make the same noise or worse. this is becoming a known issue on this model, but is not a cause for concern.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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