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2005 Pontiac G6 Steering Column BBB Industries - Reman Rack and Pinion

P311-25DDB46    992-0104  Remanufactured

25933396

Qty:
$125.00 285.83
BBB Industries Steering Column
  • ; Power Assist Column with Electronic Power Steering Steering Position Sensor Calibration, Torque Sensor Calibration
  • Reman Rack and Pinion
Brand: BBB Industries
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Vehicle
2005 - Pontiac G6
Cardone
2006 Pontiac Torrent Steering Column Cardone - Electronic Power Steering Assist Column

P311-2AB3FB4    1C-18001  Remanufactured

19178903 , 15802754 , 15907937

Qty:
$111.60 556.89
Cardone Steering Column
  • Electronic Power Steering Assist Column
  • Product Attributes:
    • E-Waste: Yes
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Designed For Easy Installation And Setup
      • Each Unit Is Built And Calibrated To O.e.m. Electronic And Electrical Specifications
      • Every Unit Is 100% Computer Tested To Ensure O.e.m. Performance
      • Vehicle Diagnostic Codes Are Specific To Each Component
    • First Application Year: 2006
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • CARDONE Remanufactured Electronic Power Steering Assist Columns are engineered to meet or exceed OEM performance. All units are calibrated and tested to ensure proper function and long-lasting performance, providing a quality product both you and your vehicle can rely on.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Pontiac Torrent
Cardone
2009 Pontiac G6 Steering Column Cardone - Electronic Power Steering Assist Column

P311-02E0D32    1C-1004  Remanufactured

88967179 , 25933396 , 15926870

Qty:
$89.10 322.78
Cardone Steering Column
  • Electronic Power Steering Assist Column
  • Product Attributes:
    • E-Waste: Yes
    • Features and Benefits:
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Designed For Easy Installation And Setup
      • Each Unit Is Built And Calibrated To O.e.m. Electronic And Electrical Specifications
      • Every Unit Is 100% Computer Tested To Ensure O.e.m. Performance
      • Vehicle Diagnostic Codes Are Specific To Each Component
    • First Application Year: 2004
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • CARDONE Remanufactured Electronic Power Steering Assist Columns are engineered to meet or exceed OEM performance. All units are calibrated and tested to ensure proper function and long-lasting performance, providing a quality product both you and your vehicle can rely on.
Brand: Cardone
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2009 - Pontiac G6
ACDelco
Qty:
171.24
ACDelco Steering Column
  • Steering Column Tilt / Telescope Sensor; MATING CONNECTOR USE 12125678
Brand: ACDelco
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Vehicle Engine VIN Engine
2010 - Pontiac G6 B 4 Cyl 2.4L

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Thumping noise from steering column

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Question From dswarner42 on Thumping noise from steering column

2000
Pontiac
Bonneville
70000 miles

When turning left/right there is a thumping noise in the steering column. After the thump the car pulls in the direction that I was turning.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Check everything to do with steering of course but I'd focus on the shaft and most likely a "U" joint type part of the shaft seen underhood on shaft that turns the rack and pinon.

That's not common but could make a thunk and be sticky in either direction amoung several things,

T

Response From dswarner42

Thanks Tom

Cannot remove ignition key on 98 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Question From Guest on Cannot remove ignition key on 98 Pontiac Grand Prix

I have a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix and the ignition key is stuck and we cannot remove it. We had it once or twice that if the key didn't come out. You would just move the shifter back and forth and turn the steering wheel a little and they would com out. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Response From Guest

I have a 98 Pontiac Sunfire and am having the same issue. Did you resolve it? If so, what was the issue?

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

For anyone with this type of problem, here's the next part of my story:
I got the car into the dealer this morning. It took them one hour to take the console apart, diagnose, clean the parts and put it all back to together. They say that the entire floor shift mechanism must be replaced--the part of it that is broken cannot be repaired--the part comes as one entire unit. The part that they say that needs to replace is "Handle AS" GM Part # GM12552512 at $169. (Labor will be $176 at $118 per hour.) There were none of these parts in stock in my city, so it must be sent from Memphis (a 3-5 day wait).

They did get the key out of the ignition, and I drove it home, and the key shut completely off and came out of the ignition when I got home, so the cleaning and re-assembling seems to have bought me some time (if not fixed it entirely).

The mechanic believes someone (previous owner of the car) spilled soda on the center console. Sticky goo started to interfere with the shift unit and caused something to break when the weather got warm here last week. (I have only owned this car a short time.)

I did look at many several sites last weekend. An owner of a Chevy Blazer wrote me about a "plug" on the underside of his steering column that allowed him to access a key release button that is on the back of some ignitions. He said that there was a small aluminum rod in the steering column that broke for him, and he was able to replace it fairly easily, and that fixed the problem for him. My steering column has no access plug or panel, and it doesn't seem like that is my problem anyway. (Chilton's manual says that the airbag must be disabled before the steering column can be worked on, so I didn't take the steering column cover off, which looked easy to do.)

A Pontiac owner with a similar problem wrote me that her dealer replaced her ignition switch free (it was a recalled item), and that fixed the issue for her. My dealer ran my VIN, said that this part had been replaced already on my car, and he doubted that this was my problem. He zeroed in on the center console. On another site, a writer wrote that the problem is likely the shift interlock, and for me that is in the center console but for the Blazer owner and the other Pontiac owner, it must have been in the steering column.

I am afraid to drive my car, but I should be driving it to see if it is fixed or I really need to do the $350 fix recommended by the dealer.

This is one of the stranger issues that I have ever had with a car, and I have owned four cars that passed 200,000 miles.

Lisa

Response From Tom Greenleaf

That's a lot of bucks just to get a key out!! Why, if they found some evidence of sticky dried soda didn't they just clean it and use like WD-40 all over the moving parts? I would think that would have done it if a recall replacement was in fact already done,

T

please help

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Question From blazin407 on please help

i have a 1993 pontiac sunbird with a 3.1 randomly when you turn the steering wheel to the right the car dies if you keep the wheel to the right the car won't restart but if you recenter the wheel it will start it only stalls to the right it is fine when you steer to the left i took the steering wheel off and checked the ignition switch i checked under the car at the rack and pinion ???????? any help would be great thanks

Response From wayne77 Top Rated Answer

Hi Blazin,

Have you repaired your problem yet?

How many miles are on this car?

Is it worn out with lots of problems, or has it been fairly well maintained?

1. Is the shifter in the steering column or on the console?

Is the steering column loose?

Is the steering wheel loose?

Does this vehicle have tilt steering?

If the shifter is in the steering column, then the neutral safety switch is also on the steering column. And if the shifter or steering shaft is loose, then the neutral safety switch will not allow the engine to start until it becomes properly aligned with the shifter neutral or park positions.

2. Does the engine run poorly at idle?

The power steering hydraulic system has a high pressure sensor switch that turns off the A/C compressor at high pressure loads, like when the P/S is turned max right or max left. This is to prevent engine stall at idle under peak demands: Like turning sharp with the A/C on and poor running engine.

3. Outside of all this, maybe you have a starter wire/cable out of place and being disturbed by the steering mechanism.

I hope this helps you in your persuit and solution of this problem.

Sincerely,

Wayne.

Response From Hammer Time

If the shifter is in the steering column, then the neutral safety switch is also on the steering column.

Since when?

The Neutral switch which is located on the transaxle

Response From nickwarner

Try doing it in your driveway with the serpentine belt off. If it still stalls you know the trouble is electrical in the column, if not you have a problem in the rack and pinion.

problem starting

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Question From strikeeeer on problem starting

2001 pontiac gran am security light comes on and have to let stand 10 minutes till light quites flashing then it will start Thanks for any help.Have to leave key on.

Response From samg.

99.9% of the time it's a problem with the lock cylinder, most likely the pass-lock wires have started to split. It won't be long untill it's going to leave you sitting. And unless you have knowledge in sir systems and how to take apart a sterring column, i'd take it to a shop.

Response From Hammer Time

As Samg said, the most common problem is the key sensor in the column. I can give you a way to bypass that but it will only work if the key sensor was actually the problem.

If you find the black wire and the yellow wire from the passlock sensor in the column you can solder in a 2.2 K ohm resistor and then attempt to start the car.It will stall don't turn the ignition off.Let the ignition on for ten minutes or until the theft light goes out.Turn the key off for ten seconds then attempt to start the car.If it now runs you have been successful.If it doesn't you either made a mistake or there are other problems besides the ignition lock cylinder.

Response From strikeeeer Top Rated Answer

Is that ing. switch in steering column

Response From strikeeeer

Is that ing. switch in steering column,

07 Pontiac G 6 steering wheel accessories not working

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Question From caroblivious89 on 07 Pontiac G 6 steering wheel accessories not working

My car steering wheel has volume control, channel changing, cruise control and a horn. among a other couple things. When I first bought the car they worked then one day they all stopped working at the same time.

Response From Hammer Time

Do you have an airbag light on also?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

OK, I see you answered that in your other question. All signs here point to a bad Clockspring in the steering column. This is rather difficult and dangerous to change so I suggest you take it to a professional.