The just said on the steering rack. I know the knock I was feeling was coming from the left side. I think they changed all the bushings on the tie bars on both wheels. I know what these looked like on the 80's model trucks that I have personally done in the past. I assume it's the same concept on these newer vehicles.6Sixathome said:Do you know what/where the bushings are?
The bushings are installed in the body of the steering rack housing. They provide some compliancy between the mounting bolts and the steering rack housing, versus a "hard" mount, probably to address NVH (Noise/Vibration/Harshness). To install new bushings, the steering rack has to be removed from the vehicle, and the bushings "pressed out" of the steering rack housing.6Sixathome said:Do you know what/where the bushings are?