Seems to be an issue with the steering on our 2005 Golf TDI / BEW. This is not a car I drive personally, however I took it out for a few test drives. At highway speeds the steering is "loose" -- almost as if the car is blown around in the wind. Turning the wheel just a hair results in a random uncontrollable / moderately large swerve -- it's almost too dangerous to drive at anything over 70mph. My first thought is the steering rack could be damaged, but I am not that knowledgeable about the steering/suspension system. I had noticed that I needed to add a small amount of power steering fluid every time I changed the oil, however I could not find any noticeable leaks. As a long shot I tried doing the power steering bleed method by turning the steering wheel end to end repeatedly. No matter how much I did that air kept bubbling back up into the reservoir. Is that normal or might there be air being sucked in somewhere? Everything I could see looked solid / sturdy with the car up on jack stands.