Question about 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix
If a front wheel drive vehicle makes a clicking sound when turning it ALMOST ALWAYS means that the CV joint boot has split, lubricant has leaked out and road grime has caused the CV joint to wear.
Examine both CV joints and look for grease that has leaked out.
IF THE BOOT has split, you should have it replaced as soon as possible. Once the ball bearings inside the CV joint wear down in size, they can catch and it's possible that the CV joint can shatter or lock up. Not a good thing if you're moving in traffic.
Yes, take care of that problem right away.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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