Question about 2004 Saturn ION
The electric motors on the column are definitely a problem with these vehicles. The warranty coverage on these was extended and it wouldn't hurt to give your local gm dealer a call to see if you are still covered.
If they determine that you are not covered the repair isn't that costly. The motor will run you about $150 - $250 dollars and the labor will be about an hour or so to replace.
The motors are actually pretty easy to replace. They are held in with 2 bolts and take about 20 minutes to replace.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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