2002 Pontiac Grand Am GT 3.4 HO V6 from North America
Fast, but maybe frail?
Shocks squeaked, but that was fixed under warranty.
Power Steering shaft broke at 56,000 miles. I forced the dealer to fix it at gunpoint.
The turn signal clicker will click rapidly without the turn signal being on. Not a real big deal to me.
The computer messes up sometimes, it says that the engine and brakes are not working in high humidity.
I like this car a lot better than the 98 Malibu I had before, It's a lot more solid and well built. I like the fact that the starter is electronic and prevents you from over-cranking the engine.
This is a very powerful car and I like it a lot. I just hope I don't have any serious problems.
I think that the newly designed computer system in this car makes the guages much more accurate.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 22nd July, 2006
The constant clicking noise is actually the turn signal selector switch. It is easy to remedy the problem by removing it from the top of the steering coumn (3 screws and 3 wiring harnesses), remove a couple of screws and pry the turn signal side open a bit, then spray some electrical contact cleaner inside. I did mine about a year ago and have not had a problem since. Good luck.
For a step by step, go to gaownersclub.com.