Steering Column Problems of Chevrolet Cobalt
Chevrolet Cobalt owners have reported 180 problems linked to steering column (under the steering category).
#1 - Steering Column problem of the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle involved is a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt. I purchased a 2006 Cobalt from a private owner this week. I test drove it 3 times with no problems. After bringing it home, I attempted to turn off the car and remove the key. It would not turn off all the way and the key would not come out. I was very upset and scared. The car would restart so I was able to put it in the driveway and park it next to the garage. Since I could not remove the key I put a car club on it and locked the door. Then I parked another car behind it. I did not think about it but since the key was in the accessory position the battery went dead. The next day I was not able to remove the key and I was not able to start it. I called a local Chevrolet dealer. He checked the VIN for recalls and said there was not one on the 2006 Cobalt related to the starting solenoid binding up. He did tell me it is common and most cars that have the problem have a recall issued. This problem has caused me major distress and could be very unsafe if the car had experienced this problem somewhere away from home. I found out how to fix it by reading articles on the internet. Many people have reported this problem and Chevrolet has not listened to the consumers by issuing a recall and repairing the problem. There is a button in the steering column that needs to be pressed by a rod to tell the car that the car is in park and it is ok to turn it off and remove the key. The cars with problems have a rod that does not depress the button. People have to remove a cover on the steering column and reattach the rod when they can not remove their key. However, over time the rod slips to far that this is no longer a solution and the parts need to be replaced. Why should the consumer have to suffer this stress and worry about getting their car stolen because their key is stuck in it? Chevrolet needs to immediately take care of this ongoing, long standing issue. This steering column issue occurred Oct. 1, 2013.
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#2 - Steering Column problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car is a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. In Aug 2006 purchased a 2005 chevy Cobalt LS 4 door sedan. After having for 6 months, needed new front brakes, had replaced and was informed that the rotors were warped; had to replace two other times. Finally got another manufacturers installed. Since getting this car have also had the key stuck in the ignition whereas I couldn't get it out dealership can not reproduce (and it is out of warranty). Am still having this problem to date, more so now because of having to replace the steering column. (see below) in Mar 2010 because of recall had steering replaced. In Jul 2011 it was replaced again, and again (9/13/2013). I lost control of the car while making a turn almost hitting a parked car. Mechanic was able to reproduce this. But because gm is the only place that you can get these parts you therefore have to use them. (no after market parts made) it cost me $792 to get this replace this (out of pocket). . Since getting this car, have had to replace struts, springs, shocks, brakes, control arm bushings most of this as I understand it would normally with higher mileage. When I got the car it had I believe 22k miles on it. Now it has 54200 on it. . . That's roughly 5k/yr. All maintenance has been preformed and the car has not been abused. Gm needs to do something with these cars not just ignore the problems. This steering column issue occurred Tue., Aug. 11, 2009.
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#3 - Steering Column problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car was a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 1G1AL58F28_. The power steering went out and the car became extremely hard to steer. This has happened at multiple times since the initial time. I called regarding the recall for power steering and found out that the previous owner had the power steering motor replaced at 58,400 miles. This is a huge safety concern, and the power steering going out twice on this model is indicative that the real problem was not addressed. The power steering column may be to blame for this continuous safety concern. The real core problem was not address by gm in their recall. It was Monday, April 15, 2013 when this steering column issue occurred.
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#4 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle is a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. The VIN of this vehicle is 1G1AK55F27_. My 2007 colbalt was recalled in 2009 for the steering column motor. I took it in to have the recall fixed. Well today it was making the same sound as it was in 2009 and I was told that I would have to pay out of pocket to replace the exact same part that was replaced in 2009. I know I am not the only one to have to have this done. I really think that general motors needs to further investigate on this issue. I was given an estimate of 950. 00 to repair. Why should I have to pay to have shotty workmanship replaced. This issue happened on 06/20/13.
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#5 - Steering Column problem of the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt
Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1G1AT58H99_. The reporting person owns a 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. The contact stated that the steering column was replaced nine times for a recurring failure. The dealer advised the contact that the lower bearings on the steering column was what continued failing. The contact called the manufacturer and spoke with an engineer, who advised him that there was not a remedy available for the failure and that the contact would have to continue to have the component replaced every 3,000 miles. The failure mileage was 4,750 and the current mileage was 41,634. This issue happened on Apr. 13, 2010.
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#6 - Steering Column problem of the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt
The VIN of the problem Cobalt is 1G1AK18H59_. The owner has a 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. The contact stated that while turning, the steering wheel felt abnormally loose. In addition, an abnormal clunking and rattling noise was heard from under the hood. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where a diagnostic was performed. The failure was located at the steering column and steering shaft. The steering column and steering shaft were replaced. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure and current mileage was 105,696. The failure date was Monday, November 12, 2012.
#7 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The reporting person's vehicle is a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. The contact stated that while driving approximately 5 mph he noticed a rattling sound coming from the steering column. After inspecting the vehicle the contact noticed the connection between the steering shaft and the steering column was about to fracture. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer for diagnostic testing. The vehicle was not repaired. The VIN was not available. The approximate failure mileage was 100,000. It was 05/07/2012 when this steering column issue occurred.
#8 - Steering Column problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle is a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. While backing car up steering went out. Steering wheel would spin around. Found out that the lower shaft in steering column and the gear coming out of steering rack separated. Had to change steering rack / lower shaft / clock spring. Cost $1200. 00 if this had happened while driving @ 65 mph with no control things would have been a lot more serious. I have my 24 month old baby in the car most of the time. Checked recalls and there seems to be none for this year car, but there is a recall for 2006 with similar problems. It was 04/26/12 when this steering column issue occurred.
#9 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car involved is a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. Battery died in car, had to jump the car. Car started fine, steering seemed to be a little tight. After a few minutes of driving the tightness in the steering went away. However upon arriving at home the key would not come out of the ignition, and the shifter would shift into any gear easily without having to press in the shifter button. Also in attempts to remove the key the steering wheel is now locked all the way to the right with the wheels locked in the right position. Was able to remove key from ignition by locating the emergency key release switch under the steering column but car will not start now as key wont turn all the way, and shifter still shifts into any gear without having to press the shifter button. Car was parked front first against building so I have no idea how I will get it towed out of there to a shop to fix it! I suspect the shifter cable assembly at the end of the shifter which is made out of plastic is broken. Will verify when its taken apart. I have seen at least 50 other cases on the internet where this piece breaks and causes the car not to register it being in park and will not release key from ignition. Gm recalled certain years for shifter problems but not the 2007 unfortunately!. This problem occurred on 09/28/2012.
#10 - Steering Column problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt
Tl- the vehicle was a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt. The contact stated that the key became lodged in the ignition and he was unable to remove it. Also, the contact stated that on a separate occasion while driving 45 mph the steering wheel seized and the air bag warning lights illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer six times who diagnose that the ignition module, steering wheel column and driver side air bag module needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was unknown and the current mileage was 82,600. Pmb. It was Aug. 1, 2012 when this steering column issue occurred.
#11 - Steering Column problem of the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle involved is a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt. I bought this car fairly new. At first there were no problems with it. But after a couple thousand miles I started to hear a rattle noise. I have since taken it to the shop 6 + times. They keep sending me around with their bull crap saying its this, its that, when in fact its most likely the steering recall/problem. When they replaced the steering column it stopped, but only to come back after a couple more thousand miles. It was 03/20/2012 when this steering column issue occurred.
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#12 - Steering Column problem of the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle having this issue was a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt. The power steering motor had a recall and when my car started having problems a short time later we took it in to have it replaced. A year and 2 days later, or 20,000 miles later, the power steering stopped working while driving again. We took the vehicle to the shop and was told by my mechanic that his supplier sells so many motors for the power steering that they had 64 on stock because they sold at least 10 a week. A week later the power steering went out again. We took the car back and was told that they investigated the problem and a site for mechanics where they can put in problems and try and get solutions from other mechanics that may have had the same problem had over 1,000 cases of the same problem and no resolution. We have since replaced the steering column because when they were putting the car back together they accidentally hit the steering column and everything went dead and they hit the steering column again and everything came back normal. We were told there is a short, there is a known problem (and yes, gm knows because they have had mechanics call them about the problem repeatedly) and still no resolution or recall to completely overhall the power steering system. There are 1,000's of Cobalts on the road from when we were told by the sales people that the car was safe that are not safe and no one is fixing it. There are known cases from where people have died due to the problem and still no resolution. It was Thursday, December 23, 2010 when this steering column issue happened.. Read more...
#13 - Steering Column problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle involved was a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. When maneuvering the vehicle my steering wheel seizes up over and over again while making a turn. Consequently it must be turned hard to overcome this resistance. Often this causes the driver to over steer. It does this repeatedly even when going through the same turn. Correcting the over steer is also plagued by these same spots of hard resistance. If you turn the steering wheel while the car is not moving you can feel the same problem. Had the front end of the car inspected and those components are in good shape. You can hear a sound coming from the steering column when resistance is felt. The car had safety recall # 10023 repair done on 6/14/2010 at dutch Chevrolet in belfast, maine (repair order 25485). I called chevy and they said that the recall repair was warranted for 12 months or miles which ever came first. I have an appointment today 5/1/12 to have it looked at by the same dealer. The representative from chevy said they will follow up on this however they did not offer to cover the cost of the repair. Bad enough that the problem is chronic, a real safety concern, but worse yet chevy won't even take responsibility for a lifetime warranty on a recall repair. This is unconscionable. The consumer stated he went to the local dealer to have the steering problem diagnosed. It turned out the problem was not directly related to the original repair of the electric steering assist unit after all. Rather, the intermediate steering shaft u-joint needed to be replaced. The charge was slightly under $250. After discussing the problem with the warranty division, the consumer was given a discount of $150. 00. The consumer no longer wished to pursue his complaint. Updated ivoq 06/15/12. This steering column problem happened on Monday, April 2, 2012.
#14 - Steering Column problem of the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car was a 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. Vehicle is making weird front end noises, knocking, rattles, shakes in the steering column, vibrations when driving on the driver side behind the steering wheel and in the floor, tires are making a noise whn driving like something is hanging. This issue happened on Sep. 1, 2011.
#15 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle was a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. Purchased vehicle brand new in 2007 and no problems till now. 22 year old daughter driving vehicle, she is a college student. She drives in major city daily and driving home from school gauge cluster went crazy and power steering went out. Scaring her, she parked the car in a church lot and I sent the car to a dealer the next day. I had found on the internet that there was a recall on the power steering assist motor and informed the dealership of such when the work was to be done. They replaced the motor under the recall but also charged me $780. 00 to replace the steering column which they said was bad. I have found 1000 + complaints on the internet of people saying their steering columns were supposedly bad as well with 1 person having theirs replaced 3 times now. She picked the car up and 2 weeks later the same thing occurs again. The dealership looks at it for 4 days and claim they can't find anything wrong so do nothing but investigate. They claim the codes were erased on the computer because we drove it after the fault but the car was parked and immediately hauled to the dealer on a flatbed truck. As I said before there are well over 1,000 complaints on the internet that I have found myself so I am sure there are a lot more. As soon as I can afford it this car will be put in town square with a big lemon sign on it and she will be driving something other than gm. This steering column issue occurred Sep. 21, 2011.
#16 - Steering Column problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
I own a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, the power steering and traction control lights illuminated on the instrument panel. The vehicle then began to jerk and become difficult to drive. The vehicle had to be towed to an authorized dealer and repaired under NHTSA campaign id number 10v073000 (steering:electric power assist system); but the dealer told me that there no recall for my vehicle, apparently they was base on the vehicle VIN # instead of model/made/year of the car. The dealer told me I need to replace steering column which will cost me close to $1000 w/part, labor & taxes. Pickup my car on the same day late afternoon, was able to drive home with no incident. However, the failure recurred the next day, again towed the car back to the dealership, the manufacturer was aware of the failure. The vehicle was awaiting further inspection at the dealership, in the meantime I'm driving the rental that was provided by the dealership. This is mfg defected problem, I should not have to paid to fix the steering column. This issue happened on Monday, Oct. 10, 2011.
#17 - Steering Column problem of the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle was a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt. I have a new 2010 Cobalt and I now find that there is a problem with the steering , my Cobalt is not part of the power steering assist recall . I started noticing the problem while turning , I seem to loose power steering from time to time and I don't get a warning light . This happens at low speeds as well as at high speeds and when it does happen turning right or left is harder and the steering wheel seems stiff like I say seems like I loose power steering . I had it into the dealer to confirm that it was not part of the recall and they say there mechanics where unable to reproduce the issue so they say there is no problem and they checked the power steering assist and they did not see a problem with it . The tight steering happens on and off and does not seem to follow any pattern . I started noticing this problem at about 15k km . There was a noise in the front end and the gm mechanics says there was a problem with something in the steering column however it did fix the noise but the loss or what seems to be a loss of power steering control still there . It was Mon., Aug. 8, 2011 when this steering column issue occurred.
#18 - Steering Column problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car was a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1G1AL58F38_. Steering column rattles, dealer installed recalled power steering unit and greased intermediate shaft. Noise quit for 10,0000 miles and started again. Dealer said new shafts only last 20,0000. This steering column issue occurred Apr. 5, 2010.
#19 - Steering Column problem of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car involved is a 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) is 1G1AK12FX5_. Chevy Cobalt have had power steering motor replaced twice, still no power steering, now dealership says it needs a new steering column for 1000. 00,which I cant afford, have hadt o replace computer module for motor, replace rims that were out of round,head lights bulbs come loose and dont work , loses power and the car feels like it has run into a wall it jerks so hard, steering locks up without notice, key gets stuck in ignition. All of these have happened to my fine chevy product, when is chevy going to do something about it. This steering column issue occurred Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2011.
#20 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle was a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. I own a 2007 chevy Cobalt. There is a problem with the front end making the car shimmy and shake upon braking. . . Causes clunking noises and such. I have researched online whether or not other owners of said vehicle have been having this problem as well and it seems to me that this problem is occurring with many owners of this vehicle. Some have spent thousands on repairs and still the problem is there. I have been told by a certified chevy mechanic that the problem lies in the steering column. Please examine this issue further as I feel it is recall worthy. Thank you for your time regarding this issue as owning a safe reliable vehicle is of utmost importance to me and those I share the road with. The failure date was Thu., Jun. 28, 2007.. Read more...
#21 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle involved was a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. The VIN of this Cobalt is 1G1AK15F17_. I was pulling out of a dairy queen when the car veered into the left lane. Out of my control. Was very difficult maneuvering turns. The power steering recall was replaced but now they are saying the steering column needs replaced. Another $800. I have a infant so I am terrifired to drive it at all. This issue happened on 07/05/11.
#22 - Steering Column problem of the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car involved was a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt. 2006 chevy Cobalt steering column is falling apart and making all kinds of clunking noises while driving, chevy already replaced the power steering motor because of a recall but refuses to do anything about the actual steering column which is falling apart and destined for failure with less than 80,000 miles. This issue happened on Wed., Jun. 15, 2011.
#23 - Steering Column problem of the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car involved was a 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt. The VIN of the problem Cobalt is 1G1AD5F59A_. I bought a brand new 2010 Cobalt lt that was built after the March 2010 recall for electric steering. So it came with the newly authorized electric steering unit. The steering didn't "go out" as many have experienced, but had an annoying pull to the left. The dealership mechanic followed procedure and reset the "centering" with his scan tool, but it made no difference. The service manual said to replace the steering column. The steering column was replaced and that did resolve the pulling to the left. However, when I reach 50ish mph and the computer puts the steering into "stiff" mode there is no play left in the steering and it takes a lot of effort for input. It requires full attention to keep the car in the lane at expressway speeds, and worse still in windy conditions. In short, at expressway speeds, the steering is too stiff requiring much effort, and there is no "play" in the steering so the car continually wants to go left or right, and not "track" straight down the highway, as it should. I find this annoying and tiresome, as I have arthritis and it requires needless effort, and even the junkiest old wreck should track down the highway and stay in the lane without much input. I've contacted every department at gm to find out if the steering can be set to always be in full-power assist mode and no one can answer the question, not even the handicap/special needs department. Gm won't put me through to the engineering department who could actually answer the question, and would know how to go about it. This steering column issue occurred Wednesday, May. 5, 2010.
#24 - Steering Column problem of the 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt
Consumer has a 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt. While driving 35 mph the contact noticed that the steering wheel was making a clanking sound. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the steering column and steering shaft were replaced. There were no prior warnings. The failure mileage was 4000 and the current mileage was 11000. This steering column issue occurred Aug. 28, 2009.
#25 - Steering Column problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt
The reporting person owns a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt. While driving the vehicle, the power steering locked and made it difficult to control the steering wheel. The dealer stated that the power steering column and the motor failed. The vehicle was repaired per the warranty. The contact stated that after the vehicle was repaired she continued to have difficulty turning the steering wheel. The dealer has not been notified. The failure mileage was 31000 and current mileage was 31400. It was Aug. 10, 2009 when this steering column issue occurred.
#26 - Steering Column problem of the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car involved is a 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1G1AK58F18_. Had a knocking sound coming from under hood. Lasted about two months. Took vehicle in before warranty expired and they said I had a faulty steering column. They tried to say it was possibly caused by my worn tires but they still have at least two months left before I would have to replace them. Because part was covered under warranty they replaced the steering column (pt#19209155) and I paid the $100 deductible. I had other problems with steering on the freeway but figured it was the road conditions. Non lead to a accident but at least one time I almost hit another car. Hopefully there will be a recall on this because this could lead to a very fatal accident. I will never use this vehicle to transport any of my children. This steering column problem happened on Feb. 15, 2009.
#27 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle was a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. The VIN of this vehicle is 1G1AK55F67_. Power steering cuts out intermittently. It happens even when steering wheel is straight, or when it is being turned. At highway speeds, it is difficult to control, but not impossible. At low speeds, the car is nearly impossible to turn unless on loose gravel. Nearly hit a car in the other lane. Had computer checked at chevy dealership near new paltz, NY and was told the entire steering column had to be replaced. Gm informed us that there is nothing they can do, yet internet forums show many complaints of the same sort, many of which have been reported to gm as well. This problem occurred on Tue., Jun. 10, 2008.. Read more...
#28 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car was a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1G1AK55FX7_. In July 2008 my 2007 Cobalt starting making thunking and clunking noises when turning or going over bumps. The local gm dealer found a warn sway bar link and a problem with the steering column, both of which they replaced. In January 2009 the same noise started again when I would go over bumps. This primarily would happen at lower speeds (20-45 mph). I brought the car back to my local gm dealer and they found a loose sway bar link and replaced it. Now, in February 2009, the same noise is occuring going over bumps at lower speeds. I had an independent mechanic inspect the car and he found the back bushings of the front control arm are bad and the front passenger side strut is leaking. This car has only 28,000 miles on it, and is only 18 months old. I plan on taking the car back to the dealer it was originally purchased from on Monday 2/23/09 to have these issued hopefully resolved. It was 07/01/2008 when this steering column issue happened.
#29 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle was a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. 2007 Cobalt lt with 40,000 miles on it--two weeks ago I was driving it when the warning light flashed power steering and 2 seconds later there was no power steering--fortunately I was in a parking lot so I pulled over turned it off and went inside to complete my business (including buying some power steering fluid-what a waste f money that was) when I started it up again it was fine and it drove just fine --very limited use though. The exact same thing happened 8 days later. So I took it to dealer for routing maintenance and to have it checked. They said the electric steering was bad and that I would have to replace the entire steering column for $800 (this did not include the $100 they charged to tell me this) per a bulletin put out by Chevrolet. I took the car and contacted Chevrolet about it. In the mean time my nineteen year old nice borrowed the car and it happened to her as she was driving on the highway at 70 miles per hour--luckily she was able to get to the side of the road without incident. I bought this car for my 76 year old mother and fortunately it has not happened to her because she would not be able to control it. So basically she has a car right now that she can not use. This issue happened on Jun. 20, 2009.
#30 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
Owner of 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS. I was told I needed to replace the steering column, this car is only two years olds, a $1400. 00 job that shouldn't be. This steering column problem happened on Mon., Jul. 6, 2009.
#31 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The VIN of the problem Cobalt is 1G1AL55F07_. 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS must have steering column replace. The failure date was Monday, July 6, 2009.
#32 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The vehicle is a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. VIN of the vehicle was 1G1AL55F77_. 2007 chevy Cobalt steering is defective and dangerous! I purchased a 2007 Cobalt in may of 2009 and have had in the shop 3 times since. Power steering column needed to be replaced twice. There needs to be a recall. Others have reported that their power steering goes out randomly creating a very dangerous situation!. This steering column problem happened on May. 21, 2009.
#33 - Steering Column problem of the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt
The car is a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. Failure of power steering in 2007 chevy Cobalt. I have been driving and the computer alert flashes saying power steering and the steering wheel locks and becomes not movable. This has happen to me twice. The mechanic has replaced a blown fuse and the problem came about again. The steering column will now be replaced. This steering column problem happened on Sep. 6, 2009.
Other Steering related problems of Chevrolet Cobalt:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Power Steering Failed problems||412|
|Power Steering Light On problems||344|
|Steering Column problems||180|
|Lose Power Steering problems||115|
|Electric Power Assist Steering System problems||100|
|Steering Failed problems||44|
|Steering Is Tight problems||21|
|Power Steering Pump problems||20|
|Steering Noise problems||19|
|Hydraulic Power Assist Steering System problems||16|
|Steering Rack And Pinion problems||10|
|Steering Wheel Vibrate problems||7|
|Steering Is Loose problems||5|
|Steering Tie Rod Assembly problems||2|
|Steering Gear Box Sector Shaft problems||1|