My '07 Element was creaking up front, most noticeable when braking and the front end dove down. I swapped out the stabilizer links for Moog parts that had zerk fittings. I had a tube of Super Tech Moly-Lithium Grease, so I used that. It was quiet for a few months, then I noticed a similar creaking and a slight knock. I took a look while I was rotating the tires and saw that the entire stabilizer link was wet with oil, as if the grease was separating and leaking out. I pumped in some more grease and it quieted down again. I pulled out the tube to read it and it has a drop point of 350, and doesn't have the NGLI GC-LB logo. I noticed some of the grease was also "dripping" out the bottom of the grease gun. I've had this tube close to 7 years now, could it just be old? http://www.walmart.com/ip/Super-Tech-Moly-Grease-14-oz/16928003 Is that the wrong stuff? I already picked up a tube of Mystik JT6 High Temp (as i found mentioned in other threads) that has the GC-LB rating and will pump that through the links next time it starts to make noise. Thanks for any thoughts!