'06 Cobalt Lt - power steering

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Asked by Sep 14, 2009 at 11:39 AM about the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have exhausted every warranty possible.  Can i get a dealer to fix my power steering for free? It's only three years old!!!

5 Answers

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yea u can u just need a new pump cuz it all electrical for some reason

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Yeah i have already investigated the problem and got prices for all the components, which totals to about 600 dollars just in parts. I'm not going to pay 75 bucks just to get a diagnostic to see which part needs replacing. I was just wondering if anyone had any luck walking into a dealership and getting this problem foxed without a warranty.

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your best bet is that they will goodwill are you close to 36k miles? other then that ur S.O.L all i can say is try it and next time opt for the 100k bumper to bumper with the zero deductable warranty (thats what i did)

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I had the same problem and bought a new power steering motor for 109 dollars, easy install, and it's been fine ever since

Was there not a recall on some part of the power steering system?

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