2007 grand prix gxp. "TC off, Service Traction Control" is the message.. Out of power steering fluid, as well, when i back up as i turn my wheel, the right front tire makes a bad noise

Asked by Jan 27, 2017 at 01:36 PM about the 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Main thing is God Awful noise from right front tire when I back up & turn the
wheel.  It seems to have a little more play in the steering going down the road
than usual. I just had full service oil change early December & don't really drive
that much so it shouldn't be out of power steering fluid. The only message I get
is "TC OFF,  SERVICE TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM".

2 Answers

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The CV joint or wheel bearing are bad.

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I agree. It's likely a bearing/axle issue. If its in the budget replace both bearings and both axles. They all tend to go around the same time. Spend the big bucks and use high quality American made wheel bearings. The cheap imported ones often only last about a year, sometimes less and then you have to do it over again. I use SKF or Timken. There are other good brands. Twice the money, but 5 times the quality.

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