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2005 Chevrolet Cobalt Steering Column Cardone - Electronic Power Steering Assist Column

P311-51A1E4F    1C-18000  Remanufactured

10394224 , 15245464 , 19200751 , 19209136

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$71.28 $280.94
Cardone Steering Column
  • Electronic Power Steering Assist Column
  • CARDONE Remanufactured Electronic Power Steering Assist Columns are engineered to meet or exceed OEM performance. All units are calibrated and tested to ensure proper function and long-lasting performance, providing a quality product both you and your vehicle can rely on.
Brand: Cardone
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2005 - Chevrolet Cobalt

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steering wheel impacted 2009 hhr

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Question From bzufelt on steering wheel impacted 2009 hhr

My 2009 chevy hhr 2.2 liter. steering wheel slid into dash after minor crash and air bag exploded. My bright switch is on the steering column which is stuck on which drains my battery after i park, how do I pull it back out to the normal position?

Response From Hammer Time

steering wheel slid into dash after minor crash and air bag exploded.

It's pretty simple, you replace the damaged parts.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Wow, if the steering wheel dropped down like that, that probable means the steering column collapsed. Once they collapse like that you have to replace the entire steering column.

Driver Safety

The steering wheel and column has safety features to protect the driver. The following components may be mounted on or near the steering column:Energy-Absorbing Steering Column - The energy-absorbing steering column compresses in the event of a front-end collision, which reduces the chance of injury to the driver. The energy-absorbing feature, collapsible steering shaft, and break away mounting features help reduce the injury in the event of an accident. In addition to these features, the following driver safety features may be on the steering column.

Response From nickwarner

Airbags don't blow on a minor fender bender. You definately need a column and probably a dead battery is the least of your troubles. I hate airbags. They make me spill my beer.

Squeak in steering column

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Question From LLE on Squeak in steering column

Squeak in steering column when the steering wheel is turned.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

I show a couple TSB's (Technical Service Bulletins) addressing steering column squeak concerns.

May want to take it in to a qualified shop or the Dealer to have it inspected

Bulletin #'s 09-02-34-001B and PI 0029H

Response From LLE

Thanks for your help.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

If you mean heard right inside the car check for cosmetic parts on the column and hope for that simple. If more than covers to hide what's going on by turning wheel would need to isolate just where the source of noise is,


Response From LLE

It sounds like it is right under the cover on the steering wheel. Because the air bag is located in the same area, not sure I should tackle it. Would you recommend going to a GM dealer?

steering column

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Question From Guest on steering column

I am trying to replace the steering column switch in my 1982 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. I have removed the Steering wheel and the ignition switch but i still can't get to it PLEASE help!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

There's a tool that holds the locking wheel down such that you can remove a wire snap ring then it will allow you further down to a small bolt or something that holds the body of the lock cylinder itself.

That ring is tricky but will come out with two flat head screwdrivers - snap ring pliers aren't so helpful as it is withOUT eylelets,

Shown in that snap ring the the tool threads onto spindle bolt and little nut pushes it down. Common tool - cheap or rentable,


Response From Guest

Thank you but i already have the lock ring off file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Owner/My%20Documents/My%20Scans/scan0001.jpgthis is the actual piece i have to replace
it goes inside the column behind the ignition switch housing i belive it locks the shifter in place but i can't get to it I need to know how to remove the blue ignition housing the piece right behind the steering wheel that holds the ignition switch.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Shoot - your pic didn't show Not sure just where you are at but things should tilt with wires still attached to get further down. You probably are needing to remove the directionals and a wire loom that should unplug down by the pedals to take the housing that hold the lock cylinder itself off.

Just Googled the web dry looking for a blowup of where your at and only found one with a floor shift so no shifter in that particular diagram.

Try your pic again or another way if you can,


Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

That's all I could find out there - it doesn't have the shifter in this.......


1993 ford taurus steering column installation

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Question From Guest on 1993 ford taurus steering column installation

anyone know where I can get the installations to install my complete steering column for my 1993 Ford Taurus 4D 3.8 ltr vehicle?

Response From dave284 Top Rated Answer try this and see if it helps.

Thumping noise from steering column

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Question From dswarner42 on Thumping noise from steering column

70000 miles

When turning left/right there is a thumping noise in the steering column. After the thump the car pulls in the direction that I was turning.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Check everything to do with steering of course but I'd focus on the shaft and most likely a "U" joint type part of the shaft seen underhood on shaft that turns the rack and pinon.

That's not common but could make a thunk and be sticky in either direction amoung several things,


Response From dswarner42 Top Rated Answer

Thanks Tom