Where is the power steering on a 2007 chevy cobalt

110

Asked by dlgee78 May 11, 2019 at 11:15 AM about the 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can i see a diagram on a 2007 chevy
cobalt where the power steering is
located

2 Answers

15,880

The picture should be your power steering shaft, you see the motor on the side in the picture. You have EPS/ electronic power steering. You don't have hydraulic power steering, no power steering pump. You can check applicable trouble codes and wiring diagrams--technical service bulletins. My database is off line today for some reason, so I can't help. Good luck

1 people found this helpful.
15,880

Well, I did find a wiring diagram. You can see the two fuses, you can check those. Also, check for voltage at those fuses, use a test light, one fuse is hot all the time. The other fuse goes hot with key on. You can see two wires at steering motor, one is voltage, the other should be ground, but, the motor reverses, so the wires switch between voltage and ground, depending which direction you turn the wheel. If you could find any applicable trouble codes, that might help?

1 people found this helpful.

Your Answer:

Chevrolet Cobalt Experts

  • #1
    munron
    Reputation
    5,860
  • #2
    John Carson
    Reputation
    2,000
  • #3
    MoGo
    Reputation
    1,620
View All

Find great deals from top-rated dealers

Search

Related Models For Sale

Used Chevrolet Impala
13 Great Deals out of 459 listings starting at $2,990
Used Honda Civic
146 Great Deals out of 7,770 listings starting at $490
Used Ford Mustang
37 Great Deals out of 941 listings starting at $5,500
Used Chevrolet Malibu
33 Great Deals out of 1,411 listings starting at $3,375
Used Ford Focus
43 Great Deals out of 1,640 listings starting at $1,995
Used Chevrolet Silverado 1500
73 Great Deals out of 6,743 listings starting at $3,000
Used Dodge Challenger
18 Great Deals out of 320 listings starting at $10,495
Used Chevrolet Corvette
8 Great Deals out of 275 listings starting at $9,995
Used Dodge Charger
20 Great Deals out of 528 listings starting at $2,448
Used Ford F-150
75 Great Deals out of 6,590 listings starting at $2,995
Used Chevrolet Colorado
13 Great Deals out of 890 listings starting at $1,499

Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. Please refer to CarGurus Terms of Use. Content will be removed if CarGurus becomes aware that it violates our policies.