2015 Canyon Recalled for Intermittent Power Steering Loss

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Scott McCracken
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The 2015 Chevy Canyon is being recalled to fix intermittent power steering loss. These trucks have had ongoing power steering issues because of corroded electrical connections inside the steering gear assemblies. GM plans on replacing the torque sensor cover assembly and applying anti-corrosion gel to the electrical connections. Let's hope it works.

More about this recall

  • GM previously offered to replace the whole power steering rack in a "customer satisfaction program" that has since expired. Some owners believe this recall is a band-aid fix in comparison.
  • This issue also affects the Canyon's cousin, the Chevy Colorado.
  • Overall there are more than 60,600 recalled trucks in the US and 5,000 in Canada.
  • Recall (#N202325410) is expected to begin in May 10, 2021.
This post originally appeared on chevroletproblems.com

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