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Dave S

2007 Buick Enclave

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I was at my parents lastnight and they insisted I drive their Enclave home instead of riding the motorcycle.

It has less than 34K miles on it and I noticed something in the steering that just doesn't seem right. As I was going through some mild curves, the steering wheel felt like it was notchy, almost like when turning a radio button. It also seemed like it was trying to counteract any input I put into it.

I let my wife drive the rest of the way home and she said the same thing. My parents are leaving tomorrow morning to go up to Winnie fishing for the week.

Does anyone have any ideas what would be causing this?

Traction Control Sensors?



Power Steering going bad?

Thanks for any help.

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Looks like it is still under factory warranty according to the mileage/year of the vehicle. Bring it in for service before the warranty is gone.

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Sounds like the symptoms of a rack going bad. The real common complaint is that the wheel will fight you going around a clover leaf. If that's the case than that's probably it.

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Thanks for the replies guys.

The vehicle will be under warranty by the time they get home. I just hope they can get to Winnie and back without any issues.

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