I bought my 2015 A6 PBM SS from a dealership in January 2020. It had 7400 miles on it. A steering rack recall replacement was done a week before I bought the car. During my test drive, I noticed a hard pull to the right. The salesman noted it and said he would have it aligned. He did and I purchased it without re-driving it(my bad). The car still had the pull and now it was on the left and right. I took it somewhere else to get it aligned and it was no better. Then I put Eibachs on it and aligned it to those specs and the pull was almost completely gone in both directions. But it came back a while later. I tolerated it because it had been to my Chevy dealership EIGHT times to try to correct the problem. They could never find anything wrong. Then, back in January 2021, I start hearing a grinding sound coming from the rack. I took it back AGAIN last week and they agreed to replace a second rack for free. That took a week. I get it back today and it pulls so hard to the right that it will actually turn the car. I almost ran off the road today because of it. To drive the car straight, I have to hold the wheel about 15 degrees to the left to avoid swerving. I contacted the service sales manager and GM Customer service and expressed my concern that I want this escalated. Does anybody have any experience with had problem that has any advice? Like, if they can't fix it, then what do I do? I am a second owner so lemon law doesn't apply. Gonna be tough to sell with that pull. They won't buy it back from me even at wholesale. Already asked. What should I do? I have been fighting with this problem over a year. Any advice is appreciated. If I can't get it fixed, the car is for sale. Up to 23,000 Miles now. Everything else is perfect but this damn steering problem.