Originally Posted by sureshisme
Guess I am late for this thread! Anyway let me light up here with what ever I know.
The part replaced here is steering yoke plug which is also known as steering damper. The faulty yoke can be identified by turning the steering 180 degrees left and right when the front wheels are in straight position. You can feel a small tap vibration and a mild thud sound on the steering wheel.
Now for repairing, the yoke is located inside the steering rack. The yoke plug has to be replaced and adjusted and tightened in an apt ratio for smooth steering. I guess the tightened yoke is the culprit in your case. But it will get loosen on running.
Thank you Suresh for the detail explanation, I hope only its gets better day-day and they haven't replaced my Steering assembly with the faulty one, I heard from many customers that Service Center do change the parts with faulty ones and change good parts stating they are bad or damaged.