Ok......2003 pontiac Aztek. Yeah, yeah......ok wipe off your keyboards. Here's the skinny. I was rear-ended about 2 months ago. She tore up my rear bumper cover and bent the crap out of my tow hitch/mount, and broke my propeller on my driveshaft, torsion and motor mounts. Well, I took the car to a really great shop, but they specialize in 4 runners/Land crusiers. The completed all of the repairs and called to tell me my struts were done. Not because of the crash, I had the money so they replaced both front struts and mounts with KYBs. They were awesome!!!!!.....for a few days. Then I heard creaking and popping at low speeds. Turning, braking pop pop, creak creak. So I took it back. They said the bearing on one side was toast. So they replaced the strut mount with a heavy duty one from NAPA. Then a few more days go by, the other side is now making noise. So again, they replace with the NAPA unit. Well, 2 weeks later and it's god awful. The shop is at a loss....they asked me to find a GM tech to see what the deal was. Maybe they installed them wrong, but it seems pretty standard for GM cars. Anyway, they don't have time to get some advice from a GM tech or to find out why the bearings keep failing. There is no info on the net about this problem. Anybody have any advice?? If you're a GM tech, I 'd love a copy of strut mount assembly from the shop manual or something. There is absolutley nothing on line about this. Thanks all!!!