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  1. I am having the exact issue on my 2015 Sierra Denali. Did you find the cause? For me it’s only after I turn the wheel right and then slight press down on the wheel it’s as you described. I changed intermediate shaft but that didn’t resolve.
  2. I am having the exact issue on my 2015 Sierra Denali. Did you find the cause? For me it’s only after I turn the wheel right and then slight press down on the wheel it’s as you described. I changed intermediate shaft but that didn’t resolve.
  3. My 2015 Sierra is doing the same and I am trying to figure it out. Already replaced intermediate shaft but that didn’t help. Did you find anything?
  4. This has been a challenging one to figure out. Basically I narrowed it down to happen only after turning the wheel at least one full rotation to the right. Once that’s completed, if you have your hand at 12 o’clock and just press down slightly the steering wheel pops and feels like it moves slightly. Once it does, you can press down and it’s solid again. It also happens once you return the wheel from the turn. And other pressure direction, from bottom of the wheel pressing up or from the sides does not have any issues. So far I have replaced the intermediate shaft. It tightened up the steering but this issue still exists.
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