Question about Chevrolet Cobalt
It should have a self diagnose light warning the driver of any malfunction. It can be the PSCM ( Power Steering Control Module) Sensor. when something goes wrong, the PSCM sets a code and turns off the power assist which is what you are now experiencing. you have to take it and get a code to see which part you need. It can be the sensor or the motor. Both are located on the steering column.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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