I belive there is a recall on the turn siganl switch for those cars, I would check about that first, call a GM dealer with your VIN and they can tell you if it is included in the recall and whether it has been done already or not. I doubt that will solve all of your problems, but it couldn't hurt.
I have a Malibu wakesetter and we lost the D bolt once before because the safety catch came off. Just go to your local Malibu dealer and they can order them in for you
Anyone can sell a car with a broken odometer legally by disclosing in the bill of sale that the "true mileage is unknown". Contact your local DMV - some states (I believe California is one of them) which forbids any car to be sold, or operated without a functioning odometer.
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Check the fuse in the panel on driver side door
it should be on front of transmission.
You need to check your starter or your starter selenoid.
No, they haven't, because it is too deep and there would be hazards on the way.(Sharks,etc).
Follow the top radiator hose down to the water outlet; the stat is in there. this does not tell me anything it is not located here! anyone could say this thats where most cars places for the thermostat is. but not on a 2002 Malibu. This answer is useless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It was not a new Malibu, but new to us, the rear defrost over heated (in the summer) and blew my window into a million tiny pieces.
Check your pcv valve or your gas cap :P
You cant look at anyone elses inventory. You can look at your by clicking the amount of neopoints you have at the top right hand corner of the screen.
This happend on one of my cares. It was just a cable that needed to be changed under the hood. I am sure anyone at napa or autozone can help you out.
I have the same problem a 2000 Saturn sc2 the odometer is diglital lights, regesters 50046 and does not change. Does anyone know if I can change with a junk yard cluster and have it work? dealer seams to think it,s the cluster but wants 500 dollars. would the black box send the correct milage on the car now or would the odometer show the milage from the salvage unit? Or would it not work at all. Sory to answer a question with a question Thanks all Pete
Our odometer/tripmeter also just stopped working at 220,000 miles. This is an integral part of the speedometer assembly, and cannot be repaired. The entire speedometer must be replaced.
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Try Replacing the Blubs since the Fuse is Fine
That is one thec. question, That hardly anyone would care about as long as it loads up and stops clicking.
The obvious answer.. TAKE IT TO A VET
I have a 2003 Chevy venture. Mine was doing this and it ended up being the wheel bearing.
signs of a bad starter solinoid should be a slight clicking and no-crank
It's illegal to change odometer in most (if not all) states.ODOMETER TAMPERING One important indicator of a vehicle's value and reliability is the mileage. Consumers rely on an accurate odometer reading to provide an exact count of the vehicle's mileage. Precisely because mileage is so important in determining a car's value, those selling vehicles may be tempted to turn back a vehicle's odometer.To protect consumers, the federal government passed a law called the Federal Odometer Act. Anyone purchasing a vehicle in the United State is protected by this Act. Under the Act, it is unlawful to tamper with an odometer in order to change the mileage registered. Tampering can take a number of different forms, all of them illegal. For example, it is a violation of the Act to drive a vehicle with a disconnected odometer (which therefore would not register the miles), or to install or sell a device that make the odometer record mileage inaccurately. It is also a violation to manually reduce the number of miles on the odometer.If you discover a violation of the Act within two years of your purchase, you can bring a suit against the individual or dealership that sold you the vehicle. The law requires you to prove the seller's intent to deceive. That means you must show that the odometer was changed in order to make it seem like the vehicle had less mileage on it, as opposed to being altered by accident. In most cases of odometer tampering, this may be difficult to prove. The harder part is discovering that your odometer has been tampered with in the first place.If you are successful in your suit against the seller, you are entitled to the greater of either $1,500 or three times the amount of actual damages. Actual damages would be the difference between the price you paid for the vehicle and what is was really worth at its true mileage. The seller can also be ordered to pay your attorney's fees and costs if you win.In addition, to violations of federal law, odometer tampering can also be the subject of legal action under state statutes and administrative codes and under Wisconsin fraud and misrepresentation statutes. If you suspect your vehicle's odometer was turned back or tampered with please contact an attorney at 414-476-5700 or by submitting a Case Review Form.How to spot a car with a turned-back odometer.â–ª Make sure mileage and wear make sense.â–ª Take a long, careful look at the vehicle. Does the condition match the miles on the odometer? Is there excessive wear in the interior, especially in the driver's area? Look for maintenance stickers, warranties or other paperwork that might indicate a higher mileage.â–ª Are the miles low, but the tires new or mismatched? The date that the tire was manufactured can be determined by coded numbers on the tire.â–ª Have parts been replaced that normally would not have been replaced on a low mileage vehicle? Pay attention to parts such as batteries, hoses and clamps, and fan or air conditioning belts.â–ª Make sure the current mileage on the odometer statement is greater than the mileage on the title.â–ª Do an odometer check at www.carfax.com for free.If you suspect the vehicle's odometer was turned back, please contact Attorney Craig Vance at 262-347-2005 or use the Case Review Form.
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