I have the exact same steering issues with my 2022 Civic Sedan. The issues started at 5,000 miles and include the sticky steering going straight at highway speeds. They can occur at lower speeds when snowing or raining. I did take the car to the dealership service department. I have it on the service printout that it is a known problem but at this time there is no fix. Honda engineering is working on it. I have a call in to the service department manager to discuss, but have not had a return call for 3 days thus far. The lack of response that other owners are experiencing has me concerned, as I have owned or leased 8 new Honda's in my lifetime because of Honda's excellent product, sales and service. When my car was 5 days old, the air conditioner did not work at all. That problem took 2 weeks to get the part to fix(new compressor or condenser). I am keeping an eye out to see if there is a fix for the steering issues. I'm hoping that Honda is the company that it used to be, where it cared about the customer. Sadly, it appears that it is not.