Thanks for the info....
My suggestion is take the car to a couple of front end shops and have them check it out and provide an estimate to include the front end alignment. A couple estimates should give you a good idea and you can check what one says with the other.
Yes, front ends need grease.......that bad thing is many times the original parts don't come with grease fittings.....the new part does. Weird huh.....Anyway......when you are getting the front end aligned also have them grease it.
If parts need to be replaced, again, compare what one says to the other.
Possible your belt since it happens when you turn.........it may be your belt tensioner......below is a way to check to see if the tensioner is within spec.........
Still with about 110K the tensioner could be replaced.....they aren't that expensive.......that would ensure the alternator etc are getting the proper power to work.
Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009 AT 8:34 PM