There is a tsb on the stabilizer bar links. Actually there are 2 the first one is if there is play in the link, try tightening it and the second is replace them if I remember right. Although not as profitable as a rack, it should be checked first before replacing that rack.AnswerI've had a similar problem which led to the half shaft being bad. If it's rear-wheel drive then exclude my comment AnswerI'm not familiar with your vehicle however i have fixed a similar problem in several cars ive owned if your wheel moves or pops a little then you hear the click or thump then look for where the steering column comes out of the firewall and connects to the shaft coming from the steering box there may be a joint htere that has a rubber type material that joins the two together this joint allows the column to be at a different angle than the lower shaft if the "rubber circle is worn out you will need to replace it. this will cause your steering wheel to move iwerd then you get the thump or it has a little slop in it and it thumps. there are two pins going from the upper shaft and two pins coming from the lower and the rubber circle joins them together it is common for these to wear out. AnswerI had a similar problem. The sound got worse as time went on. At first, before the clickig it was a "whirring" sound that increased as tire speed increased (like a tire wearing badly on one edge). Then it began to click in the turns; first just when turning one way; then the other. This is typical of the wear indications for a CV JOINT going bad. In my case, it was just on the right side. I had FIRESTONE fix it. For the longest time I thought I had bad tires; but it was the CV JOINT.
answer answer the bearings inside steering column,(behind steering wheel) are worn out. replace them soon or you will have to replace the steering shaft in column. bearing replacement will cost you about 60 bucks in a shop. shaft replacement will cost about 250 bucks just to buy the shaft, so don't let this problem get any worse
Noises can be difficult to pin point ---it is usually nesessary to hear them yourself---but another possibility is the bearing in the top of the strut mount could be worn out or dry so when you turn the steering wheel --while standing still--the strutt assembly moves eratically rather then smothly making a clicking sound--Put your hand on the strut tower while turning the wheel and see if you can feel it
The speedometer cable is either worn out or loose.
You may not have enough steering fluid?
it is the door alarm
Turn on the signal and listen for the clicking noise. If it is still clicking occasionally then you can follow the noise and feel where it is located. If it has totally stopped then look on top of the steering column behind the steering wheel.
That's what relays do when they are energized.
cv joint. There should be noithing else to make this noise in that area
If clicking while trying to start then might be a bad starter. If clicking while running, then might be valve/lifter noise.
When their is air in the power steering hoses it will create noise. This is bad, as it can result in a dry pump which will eventually lead to pump failure.
the steering wheel wont make the front wheels make noise as there is no generating source from the steering wheel. it will be the other way around.
On my Astra M reg I noticed a slow clicking when driving slowley which increased in temo as my speed went up, I figured it was the speedo. A few weeks later my speedo cable snapped and the clicking stopped, Just looking for replacement Speedo cable now...
It will be the cv joint, it will need replacing
Could be the pump or maybe need fluid
I heard it was an intermediate steering shaft and cost around 130.00 dollars
The drive shaft may need to be tightened
if clicking is in turns than a front axle needs replaced. if turning right it is your left axle-- turning left it is your right axle!! the clicking is the cv joint in axle.
That is the neutral safety switch making the click sound.
Faulty power steering pump, low fluid level, and improper belt tension are the most common. It can be causes by damaged or restricted power steering lines, steering gearbox, steering rack and pinion, seized tie rod ends, strut mounts, ball joints, over sized tires, and so on. If you hear a whining noise while engine is running suspect fluid loss or damaged power steering system component. If noise is more of a creek or squeak over bumps or while turning the wheel (no noise while engine running and not turning wheel or moving in gear) suspect mechanical steering or suspension component.
it is not the hazard system, but comes from the speedo cable which is routed behind the dashboard thus making it sound like the flasher unit.
CV shafts or stablizer bar end links. CV shafts only if they make noise when vehicle is moving. If not moving I would inspect steering and tie rod ends. Have you checked the power streering pump to make sure it is not moving around when you turn the wheel? If the "click is inside the car, is something loose in the steering wheel area or a bearing in the steering mechcanism clicking?
Coming from the drive wheels? Could be worn CV joints
CV Joints are the most common cause.
Low power steering fluid level? Power steering pump going bad?
If it is a whining noise, the vehicle is low on steering fluid or the power steering pump may be going bad. If it is a clicking noise, the CV joints may be going bad. NOPE a Saturn vue has electric power steering and no pawer steering pumpA Saturn vue has 4 stabilizer links and they are made of plastic Moog makes metal replacements for the front but the rear still come from the dealer and are plastic they wear out and make noise when you turn replace them and the noise should go away
Believe it or not we cant hear that clicking noise on the roof, a description will help you get an answer...