The first step in diagnosing any power steering problem would be GM's scan tool to check for fault codes relating to the electronic power steering.
Updated: November 11, 2011, - 03:32 PM
Is it piston slap, valve train noise or some other problem?
Updated: November 04, 2011, - 04:14 PM
With a 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan that has lost its air-conditioning cooling capacity, can it wait until next summer to recharge and check it again? Or is leaving the system discharged for so long bad for the air conditioning?
Updated: October 28, 2011, - 04:03 PM
A Have the tires rebalanced and rotated once again, making sure the front tires end up on the rear of the vehicle. If this has an effect on the humming noise, the problem is with the tires.
Updated: October 21, 2011, - 03:51 PM
A I'd be looking for electrons. Somehow, while the vehicle is parked, electrons are escaping from the battery. When enough of 'em get away, well, the few remaining can't carry the load of starting the car.
Updated: October 14, 2011, - 03:56 PM
The transmission fluid is bright in color, has no unusual odor, and is up to the full level. The instrument panel does not indicate any failure codes. I suspect the problem existed before I bought the van at 68,000 miles. At the time of purchase an independent mechanic suggested the transmission fluid be changed, and I assume the dealer did so. What do you think?
Updated: October 07, 2011, - 04:34 PM
The call for new tires after 12,000: Is that necessary?
Updated: September 30, 2011, - 03:52 PM
The dealer advises oil changes when we reach 20 percent of oil life remaining, but waiting 11,250 to 14,100 miles between oil changes raises some worries.
Updated: September 23, 2011, - 03:43 PM
I am now getting ready to buy another new vehicle, and my question is this: Am I wasting my money having the dealer change all these fluids so soon, or is this still a good idea for the drivetrain?
Updated: September 16, 2011, - 03:45 PM