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My suggestion would be for you to take the vehicle by a local Schucks or Autozone, or whatever auto parts place is regional to you. There they can do a free scan-tool diagnostic check on the often overlooked sub-computer which is located in the steering column. An ID (Information:Driving) code will be displayed. After the troubles you've had I can almost guarantee it will throw a 10t code. Armed with this information you can confidently return to the dealership and inform them the problem they couldn't track down is in fact a ID10t behind the wheel. Letting them know this will allow them to quickly get you sorted out. Hope this helps. :)Report it
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