Question about 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Some 99+ GM vehicles have problems with the intermediate steering shaft. There is a special grease that goes in the shaft but on some it leaks out and causes a "clunking" or vibration in the steering. If it is leaking power steering fluid then that can be solved by finding the source and replacing the part. The pump could leak, the line from the pump could leak and the steering rack itself could leak. Need to find out which one is the problem first.
A clunk during acceleration is likely in the drive train. Could be a loose universal joint or a lot of play in the differential.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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