Question about 2005 Pontiac Sunfire
I don't know exact location. What is bothering me is the same thing happened in a 1997 Sunfire I had and I had to have some kind of mounts replaced and it was very costly. I am trying to figure out what they were called and I can't remember! I'm thinking it was something to do with the control arms, but the internet says that's the rear of the car. I know it has something to do with the suspension, or the tie rods, or something, and that Sunfires are notorious for this happening.
Drive axels are dry (no grease) replace cv joint (axel)
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Have you tried jacking it up and pushing and pulling on the wheels to try to get a noise theres probably more going on but it could be something simple as just a loose nut or bolt. u can check your mounts by applying the hand brake and in gear give it a little gas have some one check to see if they are having to much movement
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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