I wrote suspension, however could not be certain. I can hear a creaking/grinding noise at low speeds when turning/hitting bumps. Seems like it is high in the front right wheel which is why I put suspension.
replace one steering pump line and gear
Had a rubbing noise in the steering column. Dealer replaced steering gear assembly.
Replaced steering rack due to leak
3 successive clunking or knocking sound from right wheel area only when turning right and going down an incline
rubbing sound when turning..dealer replaces rack and pinion
Replaced both front struts. Total cost $700.
Quick strut or ball joints are making noise when I back ip & turn the wheel.
Lower contol arm and ball joints on driver side were replaced. Replaced quickstruts [under warranty]. No solution.
After replacing the lower control arm on driver side, I had to replace the sway bars (both) at a shop. After driving for 2 days had to take car to a friend to replace the other lower control arm (passenger side). After this I sold car.
Power steering making noise
replace power steering pump 60000 mi
Noise when turning wheel
steering whine on turns when driven slowly
Steering noise and power steering was not working well at slow speeds
Rubbing noise when turning steering wheel at low speeds. Inspected, attempted adjustment not effective, new Rack and Pinion gear ordered and installed by dealer. Problem corrected.
Power steering pump had to be replaced twice, 1st one faulty, Water pump found to be leaking during power steering pump replacement..Now in another shop due to loss of refrigerent caused by poorly fitting tubes to rear unit rubbing together
"Rubbing" sound when steering wheel turned. Well known problem covered under warranty; Ref: #PI0620
Steering making grinding noise and loss of steering at low speeds. TSB to replace steering Gear however, it should have been the rack-n-pinion, several owners with this problem!!!! 2nd time for this vehicle. Clunking noise when turning, I suggested rack-n-pinion since the struts had been replaced 3 times prior. They greased struts however couldn't find any problem with the struts. I asked to ck the rack though they did not.
Intermittent loss of power steering. Continued loss of power steering immediately obviuos. Ended up replacing 2x steering pumps, 2x steering racks and 1x high pressure hose. The original steering pump ground its gears and the dealership failed to fully flush out the steering system.
Blown right front strut. Dealer did not notice during most recent service (1w prior). Replaced both front struts and performed a 4 wheel alignment.
Intermittent loss of power steering. Replaced steering rack, and power steering pump.
Clunking heard when steering wheel turned at low speeds. Dealer replaced steering rack.
Fluid leaking from strut. Strut replaced and 4 wheel alignment done.
Noise from front end when turning steering wheel. Steering Rack had to be replaced.
front suspension component popping on left turn
suspension component pop when turning left more pronounced when temps are cold 32 or below.
noise when turning steering wheel
steering rack noise
squeeking steering rack again...rack replaced again and replacement of PS fluid with ATF fluid as per TSB
Knuckle on rear control arm broken
Dealer replaced broken part
The steering bushing gear was replaced due to knocking noise at low speeds.
Rubbing type noise was in the steering wheel when turned. Mech. replaced steering shaft but problem was still there. Chevrolet tech line told dealer to replace steering rack problem, solved at this point.
Replaced steering rack again #3
Power steering hard to use, unsure of parts replaced
Squeaking in steering. Dealer believes it is rack and pinion problem and has ordered new assembly. Replaced rack and pinion assembly. Apparently some gear teeth were worn/defective.
Rattling noises coming from left front wheel. Mechanic said it was a broken seal in suspension. Replaced both left and right side seals. Noises gone.
Squeaking while turning.
Leaking strut, front right
Swaying at highway speeds.
Needed rear upper control arms replaced.
Rusting had sped up deterioration of bushings.
Mechanic noted front suspension problems during inspection. Strut leaking. Replaced assembly and stabilizer bar kit at same time.
Steering pump, gear replacements (recall and wear and tear)
Squeaking noise in steering
Unclear if squeaking noise in steering still present when traded, since only squeaked in hot weather.
Squeaky steering gear.
Too much play in the steering wheel. They propely torqued the steering shaft.
Needed new struts
Had a rattle in the front drivers side of Traverse they tried lubricating the strut worked for about a week. They then replaced a strut boot. Did not work. They finally replaced the complete strut and mount. Problem solved for now.
Moaning in power steering. P/Strg pump ordered, not problem, in my opinion as a retired GM manager.
Replace front struts and springs
Replaced damaged left front wheel hub
Dealer replaced both front stabilizer links. No charge under my extended warranty
Had clunking noise in steering when going over small bumps at low speeds. Replaced steering column bushings
Replaced the rack PN 22902261 because of noise and shock felt in the steering when going over a bump. Third time for various steering suspension issues in the last 6-9 months.
Replaced intermediate steering shaft. Was the fourth time with suspension or steering noises. I think they finally fixed them all.
Noise from power steering pump.
Power steering pump
Front end struts had to be replaced due to collection of fluid inside both units
Power steering pump failed.
The front right shock absorber would rattle at low speed over bumps. Shock replaced and problem solved.
Replaced the right front stabilizer bar end link
Rear wheel bearing was loose and seized, required a lot of work to remove.
rear left wheel bearing rear upper control arms needed replacement on both sides
Squeaking when turning steering wheel, noticed a very long time ago but not repaired due to parts not available for a day and dealer's reluctance to keep vehicle over night. Vehicle finally repaired by replacing the steering rack.
Power steering occasionally (some days often) has no power when moving from a stop. Fortunately, right before I took it in we received a letter from Chevrolet offering to replace the power steering pump at no charge. Problem fixed.
Heard a noise from the steering column. Was told there was a recall notice issued by GM on replacing the steering rack. The car has been in the shop for over 7 days due to the technicians not being able to bleed the air out of the system.
For the 2nd time in less than a year, I had the steering gear replaced. Also had the steering pump replaced as it was making a noise.
The steering rack was leaking and needed to be replaced. GM paid 75% of the costs due to this being a recurring issue on the car.
Front stabilizer bar was broken in the middle. Mechanic was surprised to see it completely broke.
Rear Sensa Shocks had to be replaced. Lasted 144K Miles. Shop simply replaced shocks and Traverse was back to normal handling.
Power Steering Column Leaking
There was also a loose steering issue that was being caused by the rack. The shuddering was the tires. We had a very difficult time getting the dealer to diagnose problem with the combined issues.
4 tires replaced under warranty due to noise and performance issues. Ties and struts also repaired as leaking.
Steering rack replaced. Luckily had extended warranty and only paid deductible
Steering rack failed and was replaced.
Squeaks turning steering wheel. Power steering pump replaced.