Originally Posted by supersedan
I have a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville with almost 140,000 miles on it and had it for 2 years and the second owner of it, and I take great care of my cars.
Everytime I turn the steering wheel to the left about 20 degrees or more while driving, I hear a squeaking noise coming from the driver'* side and underneath the dashboard. It doesn't make the sound when you are driving straight or steering to the right. (It'* not the brakes or the serpentine belt.) It'* been going on for 6 months. I took it to a dealer and an independent service shop, and they were to lazy to take it for a drive especially when they were not busy working on other cars at all.
Any suggestions on what the problem is will help.
As also an owner of a 92 SE, I can tell you this is probablly the problem as stated inthe TSB I sent to Hector to post here on my behalf. This problem has plagued me ever since I first bought this car 4 years ago now. Mine mostly happens at the initial turning & moving of the wheels. After the coil springs have settled in, the noise doesn't reappear again unitl I start the vehicle again after a very long stop. (Ie: overnight)