Have any of you guys that experienced the ultra-common steering pop found the cure? Mine has around 37k, started doing it at 22k, new rack under warranty didn't cure it. The other night I had my gf get in the car and turn the wheel back and forth on an uneven driveway duplicating the noise while I crawled underneath with a flashlight. My old theory was that the noise came from a bad strut top bearing. No dice there - the noise was definitely coming from the subframe/steering rack area. Not from the tie-rod ends either, or the ball joint. I've had the front end apart before and the BJs are nice and tight. Every once in a while, when the pop occured, I could see the steering rack move in a funny way. I'm starting to think steering rack bushings, but I can't for the life of me figure out why that would be. Incidentally, the rear control arm bushing moves a LOT when you steer, probably a design feature to eliminate some torque steer. That wasn't where the noise came from, unfortunately.