Hey. I've seen a few posts and watched a few videos but feel between a rock and hard place. Others have gone back to Tesla Service Center (SC) and asked them to replace a recalled bolt or lube up the joints and this appear to have solved the issue. The tech I'm working with mentioned that they can't replace the 'bad' module but instead the solution is to replace the entire rack since the module is in the rack? This does not make sense and is very poorly designed if that is the case. I thought early Model 2 cars were suppose to be bin part cars eh? I'll ask to change the bolt and lube up/clean the U-Joints but feel like I'm being taken advantage with what feels like an outrageous repair bill for a yes I'll admit an older car, but one with fairly low mileage. The car is used to take the kids to school and back for the last 3 years so does not get above 50mph much and it was my a daily driver until I started working from home. If I do the math that is only ~10K a year for the last 8.5 years; which is not much wear and tear in my opinion. I've never had to replace a steering rack for an error before on any car in the past. The car is only worth what someone will pay which is estimated to be between 23K and 27K, so a 5K hit is not super. I was thinking of calling a collision place or another shop to get a quote even if I have to wait longer feel a better price be worth it. Good advice is welcome on what to questions ask on what else can be checked/replaced/tested before swallowing a large repair bill. Below is the error and the estimate. Not sure I can Carry On... Oh, hum...