I have an 07 Chevy Uplander that the dealer tells me has a completely rusted out bracket that supports the yaw control sensor and the vehicle must have sat in deep water or gotten "wet" sometime. We have had the vehicle since it was new and it has not since we bought it. How can I find out if Chevy sold me a car that had been in a flood?

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