2004 Grand Prix

Asked by Jun 19, 2017 at 05:12 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

There is popping coming from the left side and
sounds like something is loose when going over
slight bumps! How do I figure out by looking what is
going on?

4 Answers

254,025

You have to get the front end in the air and grab onto the wheel and try to move side to side and back and forth. I suspect a loose suspension component, like a tie-rod or worn strut mount. But could be a CV joint or ball joint, etc. A good mechanic will find the source daily quickly and replace the part. If suspension related, you will need an alignment as well.

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Is there no way to check it on the ground?

254,025

You can jack the car up on one side with a jack and put a jack stand underneath. Are you doing the repair yourself? Have the proper space to work and the tools?

254,025

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