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Old 10-20-2014, 08:35 PM   #6
Cebu
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I can say by experience the ignition problem was no joke. I have a Saturn Ion 2004 and the engine would cut off without any notice at any speed. Before the recall I had my ignition switch replaced and it worked for awhile. Always had problems starting at cold temperatures.

When I received the letter for the recall I took my car in and it sat for 3 months waiting for parts. The dealership paid for a car rental that whole time. It turned out there was a recall on the steering wheel column too. They ended up reimbursing my original ignition repair bill.

So far the car has been running fine. We'll see how it does when the weather gets a little colder.
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