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Power steering goes out intermittingly. Switch

Power steering goes out intermittingly. Switch engine off and restart. Power steering will begin working again. Maybe for a day or two or maybe 10min.

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  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    Have the same problem. Google "saturn power steering goes out" and you'll find a lot of the same.

    steering on saturns is electronic, so there is no power steering fluid to flush.

  • mjmerrell May 08, 2009

    Call 1-800-553-6000. File an official complaint (will need your VIN).
    This is worthy of recall in my opinion -- hundreds others seem to have
    posted with similar complaint. If they recall, you'll be reimbursed for
    cost of repair

  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    intermitant ioss of power steering need to turn igntion off then back on to reset

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I would start by doing a power steering fluid flush.

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