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2008 Pontiac G6 Steering Shaft Cardone - Reman. Electronic Power Steering Intermediate Shaft

P311-5DB6781    1C-1005S  Remanufactured

25962603

Qty:
$187.82
Cardone Steering Shaft
  • Remanufactured Electronic Power Steering Intermediate Shaft
  • Reman. Electronic Power Steering Intermediate Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% Tested For Smooth Articulation
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Designed For Easy Installation And Setup
      • Guaranteed Fit And Function
      • Pre-greased For Reliable Performance
  • CARDONE Remanufactured Electronic Power Steering Intermediate Shafts are engineered to meet or exceed OEM performance. All units are tested for balance and articulation 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
2008 - Pontiac G6
Dorman
2005 Pontiac Grand Am Steering Shaft - Intermediate Dorman

P311-4716618    425-102  New

22605916

Qty:
$68.60
Dorman Steering Shaft  Intermediate
  • ; w/Two Female Ends
  • Product Attributes:
    • End 1 Type: Internal Profile
    • Package Contents: 1 Steering Shaft
    • Spline Quantity: 0
    • Universal Joint Quantity: 2
Brand: Dorman
Position: Intermediate
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2005 - Pontiac Grand Am Intermediate
Dorman
2002 Pontiac Montana Steering Shaft - Intermediate Dorman

P311-385125B    425-107  New

26063789

Qty:
$102.77
Dorman Steering Shaft  Intermediate
  • Product Attributes:
    • Package Contents: 1 Steering Shaft
    • Spline Quantity: 0
Brand: Dorman
Position: Intermediate
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2002 - Pontiac Montana Intermediate
Dorman
2003 Pontiac Bonneville Steering Shaft Dorman

P311-24D8211    425-154  New

26100571 , 26068295 , 25810450

Qty:
$120.18
Dorman Steering Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Diameter: 0.787
    • Spline Quantity: 0
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2003 - Pontiac Bonneville
Dorman
2009 Pontiac G6 Steering Shaft - Intermediate 4 Cyl 2.4L Dorman

P311-3C97198    425-156  New

20938080 , 25891084 , 25962603 , 19178081 , 20821325 , 22687711

Qty:
$140.37
Dorman Steering Shaft  Intermediate
  • ; Electric Power Steering
  • Product Attributes:
    • Diameter: 0.875
    • Spline Quantity: 0
Brand: Dorman
Position: Intermediate
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position Block Engine CID CC
2009 - Pontiac G6 Intermediate L 4 Cyl 2.4L 145 2384
Dorman
2004 Pontiac Aztek Steering Shaft Dorman

P311-126114F    425-196  New

10429206 , 10326454

Qty:
$107.51
Dorman Steering Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • End 1 Type:
      • External Profile
      • Internal Profile
    • Package Contents: 1 Steering Shaft
    • Spline Quantity: 0
    • Universal Joint Quantity: 2
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Pontiac Aztek
Dorman
2006 Pontiac Torrent Steering Shaft Dorman

P311-07F3305    425-108  New

22699274 , 22673639 , 10392886 , 22731422 , 15806707 , 10390858 , 15806706 , 22732385

Qty:
$111.87
Dorman Steering Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Diameter: 0.875
    • End 1 Type:
      • Internal Profile
      • Internal Spline
    • Package Contents: 1 Steering Shaft
    • Spline Quantity: 27
    • Universal Joint Quantity: 2
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Pontiac Torrent
Dorman
2006 Pontiac G4 Steering Shaft Dorman

P311-2AC4855    425-109  New

15800140 , 15799676 , 10392744

Qty:
$97.89
Dorman Steering Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Diameter: 0.86
    • Spline Quantity: 27
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Pontiac G4
Dorman
2003 Pontiac Sunfire Steering Shaft - Intermediate Dorman

P311-0CCD56F    425-137  New

22680754 , 10377680

Qty:
$83.37
Dorman Steering Shaft  Intermediate
  • Product Attributes:
    • Spline Quantity: 0
Brand: Dorman
Position: Intermediate
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2003 - Pontiac Sunfire Intermediate
Dorman
2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Steering Shaft - Lower Dorman

P311-054EFF4    425-155  New

10376428 , 25913680 , 15925775

Qty:
$81.06
Dorman Steering Shaft  Lower
  • Product Attributes:
    • Diameter: 0.78
Brand: Dorman
Position: Lower
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2006 - Pontiac Grand Prix Lower
Dorman
2006 Pontiac Montana Steering Shaft Dorman

P311-5692D1C    425-164  New

19169059

Qty:
$136.69
Dorman Steering Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Spline Quantity: 0
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2006 - Pontiac Montana
Dorman
2009 Pontiac Montana Steering Shaft - Intermediate Dorman

P311-5692D1C    425-164  New

19169059

Qty:
$136.69
Dorman Steering Shaft  Intermediate
  • Product Attributes:
    • Spline Quantity: 0
Brand: Dorman
Position: Intermediate
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2009 - Pontiac Montana Intermediate
Dorman
2010 Pontiac Vibe Steering Shaft - Lower Intermediate Dorman

P311-2AAB52E    425-472  New

19183820 , 4526002110

Qty:
$158.27
Dorman Steering Shaft  Lower Intermediate
  • Product Attributes:
    • Diameter: 0.76
    • End 1 Type: Internal Spline
    • Package Contents: 1 Steering Shaft
    • Spline Quantity: 27
    • Universal Joint Quantity: 2
Brand: Dorman
Position: Lower Intermediate
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2010 - Pontiac Vibe FWD Lower Intermediate

Latest Pontiac Repair and Steering Shaft Installation Advice

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Pontiac G8 Steering Knock

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Question From jzpiano on Pontiac G8 Steering Knock

Need help with a 2009 Pontiac G8 GT (6.0L) that currently has 23k on it. I'm getting a knocking coming from the car during certain points when turning the steering wheel. I took a video while turning the steering wheel back and forth about 10-15 degrees. Seemed like the noise was coming from the steering rack/column so I have removed a few components to get a good video of it. If I go lock to lock it will make the noise as well, but only at certain points. Any help would be appreciated.



Response From GC Top Rated Answer

Have you verified that the struts are not binding? Check any joints on the steering shaft for play. Feel the different components while a helper makes it clunk and see which you can feel a clunk in. Sorry dont have an easy answer.

Response From jzpiano

Strut mounts on this car are a known problem and were installed with polyurethane bushings for the entire car less than 2k miles ago. About 1k miles ago the struts were blown and had to be replaced and a set of coilovers was installed. I did try and feel around to see if I could "feel" the clunking. Thought it was coming from the steering rack which I pulled out of the car today. Everything there looks good.

Could it just be bad fluid?

Response From Discretesignals

Never heard of power steering fluid causing.


Before you had removed the rack, you could have disconnected the tie rods from the knuckles to eliminate struts problems. If the noise was still there after disconnecting the tie rods, then you could have disconnected the steering coupler and then rotated the steering rack pinion shaft by hand to see if the noise is definitely inside the rack or not.

Response From jzpiano

When I made the video the tie rods were off the car so that should eliminate that. Now that I have the rack off I've moved things by hand and everything feels smooth and I'm not getting any noise. I'm honestly stumped....

Response From Double J

There is a TSB out for this concern

Google TSB # 09-09-41-001

#09-09-41-001: Knock Noise from Steering Wheel While Turning (Apply Flocked Tape to Steering Wheel Inflatable Restraint Module) - (Mar 10, 2009)


Subject: Knock Noise from Steering Wheel While Turning (Apply Flocked Tape to Steering Wheel Inflatable Restraint Module)


Models: 2008-2009 Pontiac G8




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Condition
Some customers may comment about a knock noise coming from the steering wheel or the steering column when making turning maneuvers 90 degrees in either direction.

Cause
This condition may be caused by the steering wheel inflatable restraint module sliding from side to side, resulting in the knock noise. Decreasing the lateral clearance of the module locating pins will stop the knock.

Response From Discretesignals

Either you can install another rack and see if that was the problem or put the old one back in and start from scratch. If you decide you want to install another rack, you could take the old one apart to see if there is anything wrong with the pinion shaft gear or rack gear.

Knocking Noise - Steering

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Question From krh2485 on Knocking Noise - Steering

I had a knocking noise near my steering column. I took my car to the dealership that I bought it at because it is still under warranty. They said that they just needed to lubricate the intermediate steering shaft. To me, it seems like there may need to be more done to it so I don't have to take it back in a year or 2 with the same problem. Any thoughts on if there could be anything more wrong or if what was done is sufficient? Please help!

Response From krh2485 Top Rated Answer

I have a 2007 Pontiac G6. Not sure of the engine size, but I do know it is a 4 cylinder.

Response From Hammer Time

There is actually a factory TSB concerning that problem.

Here is a copy of the TSB



Steering - Front End Clunk/Rattle/Knock On Bumps
TECHNICAL
Bulletin No.: 06-02-32-007G
Date: April 05, 2010
Subject: Clunk, Knock or Rattle Noise From Front of Vehicle While Driving or Turning Over Bumps at Low Speeds (Diagnose Noise and Perform Outlined Repair) Models:
2004-2006 Chevrolet Malibu Maxx
2004-2008 Chevrolet Malibu Classic
2008-2010 Chevrolet Malibu
2005-2010 Pontiac G6
2007-2010 Saturn Aura Supercede:
This bulletin is being revised to update the Parts Information for the bolt. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 06-02-32-007F (Section 02 - steering).
Condition 1
Some customers may comment on a clunk noise heard and felt in the steering wheel while driving at slow speeds and turning. The clunk noise may appear to be directly in front of the driver. Hitting a bump while turning can produce the clunk noise. Sometimes the noise may be duplicated when the vehicle is sitting still and the steering wheel is turned 90 degrees in either direction before initially centering the steering wheel.
Cause 1
The clunk noise may be caused by a slip/stick condition between the inner and outer components of the intermediate shaft. Important
Revised design intermediate shafts went into production in the 2009 model year and are the only design currently available through GMSPO since approximately September 2008. Since any model year vehicle could have had a second design shaft installed, it is critical to identify it before proceeding. The revised design intermediate shafts will NOT tolerate any type of lubricant per the following instructions. Adding lube to the second design shafts will cause a clunk noise in a very short period of time. Use the following pictures to identify which design of shaft you are servicing.
Electric Assist Power steering

First Design - Bare Steel Tube (Lube OK) Second Design - Black Painted (DO NOT Lube)
Hydraulic Assist Power steering

First Design - Bare Steel Tube (Lube OK)
Second Design - Black Painted (DO NOT Lube)
In the unlikely event that the source of the noise is identified as a second design shaft with black painted tube, it must be replaced.
Correction 1 (Only for First Design - DO NOT USE FOR 2ND DESIGN)
Lubricate the intermediate shaft with steering column shaft lubrication kit, P/N 26098237. 1. From inside the vehicle, remove the instrument panel insulator panel - left side panel to gain access to the intermediate shaft. 2. Remove the intermediate shaft to steering column attachment bolt. 3. Remove the intermediate shaft from the steering column
4. Extend the intermediate shaft all the way. Using the intermediate shaft grease kit, P/N 26098237, inject the grease into the gap between the inner shaft and the outer shaft as you are collapsing the shaft. This will draw the grease into the shaft. 5. Cycle the shaft up and down several times to distribute the grease. Important
Remove original thread locker material from the bolt and apply Loctite(R) 242 (or equivalent) to the threads of the bolt and reinstall intermediate shaft bolt. 6. Install the intermediate shaft to the column.
Tighten - For electronic power steering, tighten the bolt to 49 Nm (36 lb ft). - For hydraulic power steering, tighten the bolt to 62 Nm (46 lb ft). 7. Wipe off any excessive grease on the intermediate shaft to avoid damage from drips on the carpet. 8. Install the instrument panel insulator panel - left side. 9. Verify that the noise is no longer present.
Condition 2
There may be interference between the clamp and the steering gear input shaft. The clamp is beveled and if forced down on the input shaft too hard, it may cause a loose fit with the intermediate shaft to input shaft joint.
Correction 2
To correct this condition, perform the following steps: 1. Remove the intermediate shaft pinch bolt at the steering gear end. 2. Install a new bolt, GM P/N 07845238, but do not tighten the bolt at this time.
3. Pry the clamp up using a pry bar to position the bolt into the upper part of the groove as shown above. This will position the clamp off the bevel. 4. While keeping the clamp in the upper position, tighten the bolt. Tighten
Tighten the bolt to 49 Nm (36 lb ft). 5. Verify that the clunk noise is no longer present.
Condition 3 Important
This condition ONLY applies to 2004-2007 Chevrolet Malibu/Maxx and 2005-2007 Pontiac G6.
Some customers may comment on a knocking or rattling type noise from the front of the vehicle when driven at low speeds and over bumps. The noise only occurs when the steering wheel is in the straight ahead position and sounds like the noise is in the left suspension of the vehicle or directly in front of the driver.
Correction 3 1. Ensure the noise is not caused by Condition # 1. 2. Determine the source of the noise. Install the chassis ears at the following locations: - sway bar link - one side at a time - upper strut mount - one side at a time - steering gear near the pinion area - base of the steering column housing - radiator surge tank 3. If the noise is coming from the upper strut mount or sway bar link, replace as necessary and retest. 4. For 2004-2006 Chevrolet and Pontiac model year vehicles, the noise may be coming from the radiator surge tank area. (The 2007 model year vehicles use a different style radiator surge tank - refer to Step 9.) 5. If the noise is coming from the radiator surge tank, release the two retaining tabs holding the radiator surge tank and reposition the tank away from the attaching bracket and isolate with closed cell foam. 6. Cut three pieces of closed cell foam, P/N P46515 (or equivalent), into 25 mm (1 in) by 102 mm (4 in) pieces. 7. Cut two pieces of closed cell foam into 25 mm (1 in) by 6 mm (1/4 in) pieces.
8. Install the three pieces of foam to the attaching bracket starting at the top center inside the bracket and proceed down across the fuel lines, then at the inside of the bracket at the left and right positions of the center piece of foam. Finally, install the last two pieces of foam to the inside bracket at the left and right extended sides behind the retaining holes as shown above. 9. Reposition the radiator surge tank back onto the bracket and seat the two retaining tabs on the tank. 10. Drive the vehicle to verify that the noise is no longer present.

Response From Hammer Time

How about a year, make, model and engine size?

Tilt Steering wont lock

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Question From leamprotan on Tilt Steering wont lock

I have a 1992 Pontiac Grand SE with a steering wheel problem. The tilt steering isn't working causing the wheel to flop up and down and wont lock. I was told by the previous owner the pin had fallen out of the mechanism that locked the steering and that It was a quick fix. So I am currently trying to remove the two plastic casings around the steering wheel, there were 3 bolts on the bottom that I got out that loosened it up but it is still on there, I have been trying to pry the piece apart but thats not working either. Any help?

Response From Discretesignals

Grand Am or Grand Prix?

Response From leamprotan

Sorry I forgot the Am, It's a Grand Am.

Response From Discretesignals

If I remember right, you have to take the steering wheel off. Did you unscrew the tilt lever? Once you get the bottom screws out you should be able to take the bottom shroud off. I believe the upper shroud has a hidden inverted torx screw near the lock cylinder area. You'll be able to see it with a flash light up inside there once you get the lower shroud off.

Response From leamprotan

And the steering wheel, How does that come off? I took off the horn button and under it were four hex key screws took those out but they didnt seem to do anything.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

First you have to take the horn pad off. Then there is a large nut right in the middle of the steering wheel that screws on the end of the steering shaft. Take the nut off and use a steering wheel puller to pull the steering wheel off the shaft. You won't be able to pull the wheel off by hand unless your on speed and someone is squeezing your ball sack with a set of channel lock pliers.

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.