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There is a clunk in the steering. the dealer greased it in 09 and it is back... now not covered. is there going to be a problem down the road if I do not to have him grease it again for his fee of 100.00$. I was first told this was a recall and now it is just a bill.

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I would talk to the service manager about this.Not be rude just explain your issue with having it done and now having problem again. chevrolet usually will help out customers with issues. at least it is worth a try. To answer your question no problems other than the annoying clunking

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