Question about 2006 Chevrolet HHR
I have a 2006 HHR we purchased Nov 2005 and have been having that problem with the clicking sound since at least 1 1/2 - 2 years ago. First I was told that the noise was from my rims being swapped...They said first that my rims were someone elses and they did not fit my car. When I questioned that answer they told me something new. Then about the 3-4th time I brought it back I was told the hub cab needed to be replaced because it was broken inside. After that the noise still persisted and they replaced that service bulletin thing talked about above....that was last Summer 2007. About 2 months ago I went back to the dealer because it still has that noise and was told "Nothing is wrong with my vehicle, I test drove a new HHR and it makes the same noise, deal with it". Well I contacted chevy and they seem to want to find out why it is making that noise but because I have 65000 miles on it now they said I would have to pay for diagonsis and they will see what the problem is and see if chevy can help pay for the repairs if any are needed but no guarentee......Anyone else having the same problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Slim possibility it could be a bearing too. When it's not under load and is free-wheeling (2wd) the stress on the hub assembly changes, making the clicking more noticeable. When under a load, being driven, the pressure on the bearing would be more steady (in 4wd) and might make it less noticeable, if at all.
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Wow, sounds like a good one, my only suggestion would be, try changing or machining the brake rotor and double checking to make sure all the caliper hardware is torqued up tight. Possibly a tire? Try switching side to side.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Thermostate goes bad (it might be placed it reverse way) or gatting stuck not opening. Engine might die it you wont have it checked ASAP. Also if you bought an aftermarket cap (not for GM) it might cause the ptoblem with coolant pressure. Check that it says for how much psi.
Hope that helps
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
I have gone thru 3 sets of good tires now. Tires lasting from 10-12k miles before they hit cords. This is after the dealer does an alignment to spec. Funny thing is I have never seen the alignment specs from the dealer, I only get "aligned to spec". My wear is on the inside of the tires just as described in the police bulletin. I have tried different brands each time and get the same result (wear to the cords in 6 months or less). The bulletin only applies to the police version becasue GM doesn't want the bill for the thousands of ordinary customers repairs. There are enough complaints of this exact thing on any Chevy site that you can find. We aren't all nimrods.
You may be a guru, but I think you don't know what you are talking about.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
Testimonial: "I left a comment but I think it went under my original post. our car was fixed as described in the "police car" bulletin but under our warranty."
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