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I have a 2007 Chevy HHR with a known defect of the power steering being defective. Gm has placed this exact steering column in a total of 3 vehicles from the year 2007, 2 of which had recalls for this exact reason. The 2007 Chevy Cobalt and Chevy Aveo have been recalled due to the power steering and steering column, proving to be defective. Due to not being cost effective, GM is refusing to replace the entire steering column and cover repairs as a result of a motor vehicle accident. I was presented with an offer to over the diagnostic fee (which proved this was defective) and to cover the cost to have the power steering motor replaced, not the column or damages. Do I have a course of action here, or is this truly a "Good Will" gesture, as the Claims Administrator referred to this as?
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