Ok, so I feel more comfortable posting here than any GM forum I'm a part of.:wave: But my wifes car has started a very odd symptom... description as follows: Vehicle: 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 2 - Only makes noise when turning left on full lock - NO noise on right full lock or any portion in between - The noise sounds like a grinding noise, but nothing with he wheels is rubbing and when turning the car doesn't skip, hop or otherwise bind that I can tell. - The noise is speed dependant, so the slower you go the slower the grinding sounds and vice versa. - I checked the wheel wells for signs of rubbing and I checked the inside of the tire for bald spots, flat spots or any other signs of rubbing. I've already checked for a wheel bearing issue while driving and all is quiet. There is no shimmy while driving or while turning the wheel to the left while its making noise. The PS fluid was flushed by me about 1000 miles ago and I checked with the dealer to find the reccommended fluid to refill with. The car went to the dealer on Monday and all they mentioned for "problems" was loose steering, but of course didn't elaborate on it. When she got home I checked the steering and it didn't look or feel loose and the steering wheel to wheel movement looks normal. I originally thought it was a CV Joint but there is no clicking sound when turning the wheel. Anyone have any ideas?