so 5 months and roughly 8k miles from having bought the car, ive seriously enjoyed owning my 2012 mopar, however, there is an issue that has been plaguing the car. The power steering. When I test drove the car I instantly noticed a slight creek that can be felt through the steering wheel when turning left, and only left. Bringing it to the dealer's attention, they give it to their service department where they come to the conclusion that its the power steering pump. They replace it for free, but it doesn't fix the problem. On top of that, since then, the steering wheel feels more "strict" when it comes to turning any which direction. They say that since it doesn't compromise the safety of the car that it's basically a nothing-burger. Take it to my trusted mechanic and even they say that the problem is unidentifiable, and doesn't compromise my safety, so it's a nothing-burger. It's also intermittent, so it doesn't happen every time I turn left. Months later and this intermittent creaking when making a left is still here, no better or worse than it was when I bought the car. Any ideas what it could be that maybe they couldn't forsee? And is the steering supposed to feel more tight/strict upon getting a new pump?