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I have a 2016 2500HD Silverado, 4x4, crew cab, LTZ gasser.  I had a knock in my steering wheel and thought it was just the upper or intermediate shaft but have replaced both and knock is still there.  At 67000 miles the dealership replace inner and outer tie rods both sides, both front hub assemblies and the pitman arm and I STILL HAVE A KNOCK IN MY STEERING WHEEL AT SPEEDS UNDER 45???  WTF could it be still?  My truck has 80000 miles on it today.

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hello,can you feel it or hear it,   once in a while i noticed my 2015 Hd has some sort of knocking or maybe a little play i feel in the steering wheel when turning slow or maybe going around bends slow.    shafts are tight as is the whole linkage.   kinda of thinking its in the steering box.

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