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Old 06-05-2018, 11:01 AM
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I just bought my 07 last week and I asked the seller yesterday if he had the ignition recall done and he said no. Im going to stop by the dealer and ask about getting it done. The recall applies to all 07's right? Thanks
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Short answer, yes. Some owners have been told no, not sure which years.

You could check online using the link in the sticky in this forum.
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I know it covered my 06.
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It covered my 07.
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It covered my 07.
Dealer gave me no trouble whatsoever. Taking it in next Tuesday morning. Here is a HHR panel I spotted in my travels today.
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Same applies to the electric power steering motor and the automatic transmission gear control (shifter).
Extended coverage, from GM.

Neat panel, is it sitting there as a bill board?
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Here's the parts you should get with the recall work.
New ignition switch, 2 new keys and 2 key rings.

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Originally Posted by Oldblue View Post
Same applies to the electric power steering motor and the automatic transmission gear control (shifter).
Extended coverage, from GM.

Neat panel, is it sitting there as a bill board?
I think their still using it for the business its tagged
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Originally Posted by firemangeorge View Post
Here's the parts you should get with the recall work.
New ignition switch, 2 new keys and 2 key rings.

thats cool because I only got one key when I bought the car
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Originally Posted by Oldblue View Post
Same applies to the electric power steering motor and the automatic transmission gear control (shifter).
Extended coverage, from GM.

Neat panel, is it sitting there as a bill board?
on the st​​​​​​​eering motor and shifter is that free recall for if they fail or do they need to be changed?
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