Clunk inside power steering motor
I'm in the hunt to trace down the annoying clunks in the front cobalt suspension. So far most of my front suspension have been replaced with either OEM or MOOG components. Over the weekend I replaced the intermediate steering shaft hoping it would get rid of the steering wheel clunk. It helped a little but the main clunk is coming from inside the power steering motor. From what I remember reading, there are plastic gears inside there that wear out. I visit the dealer and told them about the issue and also told them how there are times that the steering is weak at low speeds or stand stills. They told me once the recall is closed they wont replace it again. I plan on visiting another dealer because the first dealer I visited always gives me a hard time and is know for trying to rip people off.
My question is has anyone had the powering steering replaced a second time with a similar issue like mine?