I have a 97 Bonneville SSEi with 174000 miles on her. I've been having some issues with the steering and suspension lately. I'll tell you what I've replaced. Front and rear shocks/struts. Sway bar bushings. Stabilizer links. Sub frame bushings. Ball joints. Outer tie rod ends. Control arm bushings. The C/V joints have been inspected several times and as far as I've been told, the inner tie rod ends are ok. Here'* the issue I've been having. 1) When I initially accelerate and occasionally when I turn, I hear a loud clunking noise. It doesn't make the noise as long as the vehicle is in motion or I'm not turning. 2) When I turn, the car seems to dip quite a bit and feels loose. I've had the vehicle aligned twice over the last 3000 miles and the tires/wheels balanced as well. 3) She doesn't handle as well as she should considering I have KYBs on the rear and Moogs on the front... I'm attempting to figure out what the clunking noise is and why my steering feels loose after two alignments. Along with the "dipping" feeling while cornering. I know it'* difficult to make an assessment based on written words as opposed to driving the vehicle but any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm adept when it comes to my vehicle and any and all maintenance for her. So please, again, any suggestions would be great. Thank You!