I took my 2014 Chevy Traverse to my trusted auto shop due to my brake lights not working. They replaced a fuse. Since my car rolled over 100,000 miles, my mechanic checked it over. He found a power steering fluid leak so I gave him the go-ahead to repair it. That was almost 2 weeks ago and they cannot get the air to “bleed” out of the system. I drove it for 3 days but it sounded so bad I took it back to the shop. It has now been back in the shop for a week, still making noise. They even called in the Chevy dealer mechanics. Has this problem been reported before? I am concerned that because the “bleeding” process has been performed so many times, it may cause problems with the pump or other components of the steering system. I would appreciate any advice or help.