NHTSA — Suspension Problems


fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
20,000 miles

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2001 Pontiac Grand Prix suspension problems

suspension problem

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2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Owner Comments

problem #2

Sep 212001

Grand Prix 6-cyl

  • miles


2001 Pontiac Grand Prix engine oil leak, interior water leak at passenger door the dealer informed the consumer that the water leak may have been a result of the door being misaligned. The vehicle pulled to the left. The consumer was then informed the reason for the pulling of the vehicle was due to the inferior tires on the vehicle. The sticker in the trunk specified H rated tires, however the tires the dealer sold on the vehicle were Goodyear Eagle ls tires. The cd player was inoperative. The engine light illuminated. The egr valve and gasket were replaced. The sunroof was leaking and the alternator was replaced. The left front cv boot was leaking and the left front hub bearing was noisy. The ignition cylinder, parking brake, power steering hose, pump seal, rack and pinion and outer tie rod were replaced.

- Chicago, IL, USA

problem #1

Feb 012007

Grand Prix 6-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 40,000 miles
The contact owns a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix. The contact stated that whenever he drove over a bump in the road, he could hear a cracking noise under the vehicle. He took the vehicle to the dealer and they stated that the tie rod ends were worn. The dealer replaced the tie rod ends, however, the failure recurred 8,000 miles later. The dealer stated that the part had begun to crack and they replaced the tie rod ends again. The contact stated that he should not have to pay for the repairs because he believes it is a manufacturer defect. The speed was unknown. The current mileage was 52,000 and failure mileage was 40,000. The consumer stated the defective part was the knuckle assembly. Updated 09/18/07

- Armonk, NY, USA

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