Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
This is a huge problem the solution is a recall but GM sucks. We had ours go out this week. We found a fix for 3.00 off of another site. what the problem is that there is a build up in the PS motor. You need to remove the two bolts that hold it into place on the steering column and the one electrical connection. The motor will slide right out, once u have it out remove the two bolts that hold the back housing on to the front of the motor, dont worry about any brushes or anything falling out because it is self contained. After you have it apart you will notice alot of soot and grime built up inside. That is what is causing the problem. Go buy a can of Electrical motor cleaner, or brake cleaner. Spray both parts well, allow them to dry, reassemble the motor and reinstall.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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