The successor to the Chevrolet Cavalier that was designed as a competitor to compacts like the Honda Civic
The successor to the Chevrolet Cavalier that was designed as a competitor to compacts like the Honda Civic
The Cobalt replaced the cavalier, a compact. The Aveo, is a sub-compact, and has better numbers.
Two front driving constant velocity axles
It does not have a cabin filter even though you may see it listed in a parts catalog. It was dropped due to a redesign of the HVAC in 2004 which allowed no room for the filter.
Turn the key to the on position. Not starting the engine just electrical. Push the display button till reads the oil life. Press the gas pedal 3 times and it will reset itself.
The socket size for the axle shaft not, on a 2006 Chevrolet cobalt, is three-quarter inch. The socket should be a five-point socket.
16" x 6", 4 Lug, 100mm Bolt Pattern
No, because BOV are used to relieve press surge that occurs when the throttle body is quickly closed and boost pressure spikes between it and the compressor outlet. Roots superchargers are between the throttle body and motor,so when the throttle closes it creates a "vacuum". They can be used with centrifugal blowers to allow a smaller pulley to be used, to get more mid range boost and bleed of the extra top end boost.
How to replace front middle grille in a 2006 cobalt ls
this code defines a unwanted amount of vapors being released in system, usually this code pertains to a faulty purge valve & or could be the tanks pressure sensor. sometimes a faulty gas cap, but usually that is another code. the po496 is high purge flow detection, and can cause irregular starting conditions after a fill up. sometimes it makes it very difficult to start, and engine shows signs of stumbling. this type of testing… Read More
According to the owner's manual: Content Theft-Deterrent Your vehicle may have a content theft-deterrent alarm system.
yes it does have an interference engine
There are many resources where one can find Chevy Cobalt reviews. One can find this information from many online consumer reports. The general consensus of the Chevy Cobalt seem to be positive.
NU6 is the GM code for the California Emissions PZEV (Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle) standard. This means that your car meets California's SULEV (Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle) exhaust standards and has no loss at all from fuel evaporation. In addition, to meet these standards ALL emissions related components on your Cobalt must have a 15 year, 150000 mile warranty. For more information, a web search of PZEV will lead you to more exact details… Read More
Auto Trader and Car Gurus are both good places to source a used Chevrolet Cobalt SS in Seattle. First National Fleet and Lease and Campbell Nelson Volkswagen Nissan both have Chevrolet Cobalt SS cars for sale. Although you may get a cheaper deal by buying from an independent trader you will not get a warranty, so careful consideration is needed before a purchase is made.
Vitamin B-12 is a big, fat vitamin molecule. It has a formula of C63H88CoN14O14P and a molecular mass of 1355.37 g/mol. Notice that there is only one atom of cobalt (Co) in that molecule. There is only a single atom of phosphrus (P), too, for what that's worth. The 1355.37 g/mol means that there are 1355.37 grams in a mole of that substance (B-12). Cobalt has a molecular mass of 58.93 g/mol. If we set… Read More
You most likely have a heater core that is leaking.
I have a 2008 Cobalt 2.2 and it has came to my conclusion that the IAT sensor and the MAF sensor are integrated together. they are the sensor that plugs into the intake tube about 3 inches from the air cleaner box.
If the parking brake is connected to these calipers they thread in clockwise special tool is available (not expensive) at Sears or auto parts If parking brake is not connected to these a "C" clamp should work to retract piston release the bleeder screw then either push them in or use a c-clamp to push them back in... this will waist a significant amount of brake fluid so make sure you have some handy I… Read More
It is in the small round dark plastic container that sits on the left side of the engine compartment that has a screw-on top and there are two hoses that come out of the bottom. firstname.lastname@example.org www.bestpaidsurveylist.com
There are two identical bolts on the side of the Tranny case, both are sunk into small pits, one lower and one upper, drop the lower one out to drain the fluid and the other one to fill it up (after you put the bottom one back in first) The in-flow and drain for the transmission fluid are two 8mm hex keys, however I had to take a grinder to mine to shorten it so… Read More
The yellow with black stripe and the black wire next to it.
You have to unscrew the bracket that holds the bulb socket in place. Then you pull it out and change the bulb. I believe that you don't want to touch the new bulb with your skin as it may damage the bulb. Then you put the bracket back and screw it down with the new bulb.
Where is the CABIN air filter? The cabin filter is located in the worst spot ever for a part that should be replaced every 12,000 miles. It is next to the gas pedal which is a hard part to reach. What you need to do is pull down the carpeting next to the gas pedal, remove the plastic panel that covers the area under the stearing wheel. (this may not be required, but gives you… Read More
# Close all the vehicle doors. # Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock cylinder. # Press and hold the DOOR unlock switch. # While holding the DOOR lock switch in the unlock position, cycle the ignition ON, OFF, ON, OFF. # Release the DOOR unlock switch. The doors will lock and unlock to confirm the program mode. # Press and hold the LOCK button and the UNLOCK button simultaneously on one keyless remote… Read More
Lower left front side of engine.
Talk to your parts/service guy at your local dealership, coolant can be specific to year of production. Typically Dex-Cool or Chrysler Green will do just fine and is what the dealerships use
The spark plugs for any Chevy cobalt are located under the 4 wires that go into the center top of the motor, each one is evenly spread out into a line. Unplug those wires and below them are the spark plugs
When the ignition key won't turn in a car or truck, it could be that the pins in the lock cylinder came out and locked the lock. Also, if the key is old, it could be worn down too much. One other thing a person should try is rocking the wheel while turning the key. It also could be that the ignition switch needs to be replaced.
You can not because it doesn't have one. It uses a new electrically controled by wire throttle system that has done away with the IAC and in its place uses a throttle actuator "control module" located on the intake manifold.
Legally, a Chevrolet Cobalt can only carry 5 passengers, however more can fit if people squeeze in tight and do not wear seat belts. This may differ based on the make of your car, and if something is wrong with either the seats, the seat belts, or if people are uncomfortable or unable to sit as close as would be required for all 5 to sit there.
The Chevrolet Cobalt was introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year. As of June 2010, no more Cobalts were in production and it was replaced by the Chevrolet Cruze.
"A trade in value of a 2007 Chevy Cobalt will depend upon many factors, like the condition of the vehicle and the mileage. But an average trade in value would be between $5000 and $6000."
It's not even 10mm of difference, of course it will fit! Beware the diameter of the tyres may be different (they may be taller than your previous tyres) so make sure they don't rub.
It don't have 1.
you cant they want you to bring it in for service
In the fuse box inside the car
Around 2800 pounds
It's in there allright. Follow the belts until you see the pump and look for the reservior from there. Mine has a small black caniter about in middle of the engine against the fire wall.
It is in the ducting before the throtle body.
make sure it is COMPLETY in park. Sometimes it will not release the key unless it is totally "locked" down.
This is a tough fix... and a small star driver (similar to torx) is needed. I managed to find one at a computer store. There are several spring loaded pins in the key mechanism. You have to actually take out the key receptacle. It has been a while since I di this, but I managed to fix it. After removing the key receptacle, one of the pins will be broken. You can remove and discard… Read More
Turn the ignition key to battery on/off three times. The third time you leave the battery power on and read the check engine light. It will blink the first number of the code, pause, then blink the second number of the code. I.E. a code 35 will blink the engine check light three times then pause then another five times. It will pause again and blink another code if such. At the end, it will… Read More
I'd call a locksmith. That could require drilling. Not easy for even a mechanical type person.
Follow the flexable black hose that comes from the intake out to a black box next to the radiator. There should be 3-4 clips around the sides. undue the clips and lift up on the box cover.
You will most likely need to buy a replacement bulb or a replacement fixture, you will need a basic 23 peice socket set, unless it has torx screws, it should be a as simple as plug and play there are 3 screws, one on each side of the headlight and one underneath. unplug the light first with the lights down; then unscrew the 3 screws then do opposite to replace.
A worn ignition switch causes this. You did not turn the ignition off to the locked position. So you would not need the key to turn the car back on. Make sure when you take your key out you can't turn your car back on and then when you open a door it will not make a noise. Just a security feature.......?
On my 85, it is located on the passenger side behind the engine block, close to the firewall. Follow the engine belt, it should be the only driven device with a cap on top for the fill.
According to the Chilton Corsica/Beretta 1988-1996 Manual, there are 21 steps to removing the ignition cylinder (and another 15 - 20 to reinstall it). Not that I don't want to past them all here, but you should get a manual... they're handy to have for any repairs.
Oil honestly depends on your weather and mileage of the Cobalt. If you live in a colder area, you want a lower weight, say not 10W-50, you want 5W-50 due to the nature of the beast, it'll start easier. I run 5W-50 during the wintertime here where it goes from 30-60*F and run 10W-50 or 10W-60 during the summertime. Synthetic or natural is pretty much your only options between oils, I switched from natural to… Read More
Look in your owners manual but usually 5w-30.
I do not have a owners manual to look it up, i didn't get one when i bought the car
lets see...a car + a lock = car is locked.....? maybe ? why yes I think that's it because it is.
I have not heard of any way to remove them, however they do fold down. There are two release levers in the trunk of the car that will unlocked the seats. They look like Dip sticks and are located on the ceiling of the trunk. Just pull and the seat will push down. I have not heard of any way to remove them, however they do fold down. There are two release levers in the… Read More
Pull off the silver trim pieces. They're held on by clips. You have to pull really hard and you feel like they'll break but they won't. Make sure you pull from the ends and not the middle. Under the trim pieces are screws that you need to take out.
1. Open the hood 2. Take out the old filter 3. Insert the new filter 4. Close the hood
It has a timing chain. The chain is inside the motor, and runs across both cams and down to the crank shaft, which is located on the left hand side of the engine block.
Here is another option. Get two flat head screwdrivers and a coat hanger. Slide one screwdriver between the metal door frame and the rubber weather stripping and pull back on the screwdriver to make a gap between the two. Then insert the other screwdriver into the gap and do the same. This should give you enough space to slide the coat hanger into the car and use it to push on the unlock button on… Read More
well if you have a keyless entry theres a truck button on there... or when your sitting in the driver seat take your left hand and place it under the left vent on your dash.. slide it down til you find the compartment open that and there will be a button inside on the top left... then it should say truck ajar on your dash.
Open your hood and pull the body clips out of the front black panel. After doing so you should be able to remove it with a socket wrench and then just disconnect the wires.
My '01 Monte had this issue. Remove inside door panel. Trace the thin metal rods to the point at which it's binding (verify by operating the lock mechanism). Make SLIGHT bends until it moves freely at the point of contact (only a few millimeters of clearance is needed). Check operation before you re-assemble the door panel.
The air filter on a 1997 Cavalier is located next to the battery. You need to remove four screws to open the top rectangular cover. The filter is inside upon opening this plastic cover. You will never miss it because the filter is located before the round air intake plastic corrugated hose (hose is about 3 inches in diameter and connected to the engine air intake) connected to this rectangular air filter cover.
The power steering reservoir is on the passenger side behind the engine compartment.
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I found it myself. It's on top, to the right. It's just hard to get off. agree. could you please explain how to remove the cover? undo 2 clips but still can not be removed.
with a little modification 20's will fit on anything but you will have NO turning radius and be VERY careful over even the smallest bumps! i have 22 on mine with 4 inch spring
It is located on the passenger side. It is a round, black canister about the size of a soda drink can, with a black plastic screw off top.
Sorry, not an answer, but another account. I have the same problem. It will read 50 degrees no matter what the temp is as its normal state. Sometimes though it will start to read accurately but seldom. I have also experianced negative readings and it'll drop 1 dgree at a time. When this happens, my air conditioning will start to blow warm. Then when ever it feels like it, severl minutes usually, it will start… Read More
It is, of course, illegal to DISCONNECT, reset or alter an odometer. But also, under this law, for every used car less than 10 years old a person transferring ownership shall give the buyer disclosure of the mileage of the car and it is unlawful to give a false statement in making the disclosure. A person commits the crime of odometer fraud in the second degree if he, with the intent to defraud disconnects, resets… Read More
Yes it can be dangerous work. Every so often you can have a call where there is some guy that isn't quite willing to give up his vehicle that easily. It also depends on the area of the city you are going into (every city has a "danger zone") in their midst. Marcy -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Been doing it for years and have never fallen into a situation that was life or well being threatening. It comes… Read More
yes fords suck --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If the Chev 350 cubic inch engine is in good shape , I would suspect that it can beat the ( 281 cubic inch ) 4.6 L Ford
this can b found underneath the air fillter box. u need 2 take the air fillter box rite out 2 get 2 the reservoir
'Cool', by Cool == EDIT BY Trip-Out: If your talking about the Johnny commercial with the Chevy Cobalt SS the name of the song playing is, Hey Mami by Fanny Pack.
The air filter is located on the drivers side of the car near the front right corner. It is held down by 4 clips that move away when pushed. The air filter simply lifts out and a new one can be put in without any difficulty.
The vehicle has GM's new cast-in oil filter housing, which eliminates the need to crawl under the vehicle to perform oil changes and eliminates throwaway oil filter cans. 1. While many times the manufacturer recommends changing your oil every 3,000 miles or so, the Cobalt actually has a computer that uses a working algorithm to calculate the use of your oil based on how much you drive, how fast you drive, and how quickly you… Read More
Can be brakes or tire. Inspect the tire for damage to the inside edge. Also take a close look at the brakes, and wheel bearing. Is this car not still under warranty? If so, take it back to the dealer.
spark plugs go in from the top of the motor, through the valve cover. there is a plastic cover using 6 bolts on each side. under that are the coils, remove them and the spark plugs are under the boot way down in the holes. the car has platinum plugs from the factory so they only need changed after 80k miles.
struts need replacing !!there is a lot of weight on them with engine and transmition both up there,they can wear twice as fast as your rear shocks
15.... 10 children, 4 mothers and the one father
I pretty sure that engine has coil on plug...so no wires.
remove the drivers side headlight. then find the manufacturer horn under the headlight frame towards the front of the wheel well. there you go. u now have access to remove and check your horn.
adjustment is not needed. they will auto adjust on their own. if you have a rear break issue, then it is time to replace them, or have them inspected
Despite Ad's that claim higher mileage, I'm averaging about 29 MPG on my 2008 Cobalt LT Revolution edition. So, At 29 MPG, you'd use approximately 38 gallons. Your useage may vary depending on what MPG you're getting on your Cobalt.
There could be one hundred & one possibilities... that's why you have to plug in a scanner & pull the code or codes. The problem is emissions related... meaning the car is polluting more than it should.
The thermostat is located facing the engine bay on the right back side of the motor, it looks like a shiny metal knob with a hose going into it. That's the housing, the thermostat is inside that
Pop open the hood Remove the two bolts that hold the headlight down (they're right on top) Now this part is a bit tricky, wiggle and jiggle and feel like you might break something (you won't but you can do it this way) till the headlight comes out or Undo the front bumper fascia (bumper cover) and it'll pull out like butta Then Get a screwdriver, pry the electrical plug snap apart while at the… Read More
Yes this is a safety precaution for the system to not allow the A/C system to work when the --- appear in the coolant temperature. Replace the coolant temperature sensor to get this --- to start displaying the temperature again.
While many times the manufacturer recommends changing your oil every 3,000 miles or so, the Cobalt actually has a computer that uses a working algorithm to calculate the use of your oil based on how much you drive, how fast you drive, and how quickly you accelerate. With the computer you only need to change your oil when the "Change Oil Soon" messages appears on your message board.
some auto parts stores, like o reilys can get them for you. or they are also in a Hayes manual that can be purchased at any auto store.
Pull the seat belt around you and buckle it up. The alarm will then go off. If the alarm stays on, take the car to your Chevy dealer for repair. This repair will be done under warranty. The seat belt buzzer is there for a reason BUT if you really want to disable the buzzer it only takes a couple of seconds to reach under the drivers seat and JUST UNPLUG the wiring harness plug… Read More
rear 6"X9" and the front is 6.5"
Open the truck and remove the two fasteners (left or right side) that secure the bungee net. This will allow the carpet liner to be pulled forward to access the brake/running light bulb. Twist the bulb socket to remove the bulb.
Open the glove box and pull the sides of it inward so that the stops clear the sides of the dash and the glove box door opens all the way. Looking straight into the dash at the top of he glove box opening, you will see a black cover about 8" long by 1" high roughly, with 3 plastic tab latches. Open the tabs and open the slot door. Behind it you will see the… Read More
passenger side of engine...way down low...best to get at by removing the tire on that side.
open glove box....remove the door by pressing in on both sides....you will see where the filter goes...there are 3 snaps on the black piece that open up to allow removal of old filter....new filter must be installed by tilting it.
no...not at all.... my 06 has over 300 K on it
the 06 Chevy cobalt has roughly 148 to 150 horsepower.
in the center of the car....underneath.....about 3 feet in from rear bumper.
Unplug the posative terminal in your trunk by your spare tire, then push the gas about 3-5 time and plug the battery back in. voila!
This was probably the toughest one out of anything I have ever tried because literally the entire back of that symbol is covered in the 3M tape. Basically get some high tensile fishing line and start working your way under the symbol till it comes off. But be warned, it took me over an hour to get it off and eventually I got mad, got some pliers and ripped the thing off.
A Chevy Cobalt has a timing belt which connects the camshaft and crankshaft. Older model cars often use less effective timing chains.