I have a 2007 chevy cobalt LT. I have taken it everywhere to get fixed and every time its something else so I get it fixed and its still not the right thing. Ok so the car I can just sit there and wiggle the stearing wheel and hear a nocking noise and can feel it in the steering column and left side. While im driving and hit a bump I feel and hear it rattle and the steering goes slightly loose. I will hit the brakes and the steering wheel will shake and I can feel it in the pedals and front left tire and steering column. The sound sounds like its coming from right above the pedals. I have it at the shop now and they think its the rack and pinion bushing. Any ideas? I have had the control arms replace and bushings, sway bar bushings and links replaced, all new shocks and struts, rotors and everything smoothed and cleaned, tie rods and wheel bearings.
Sunday, July 29th, 2012 AT 2:35 PM