Inside the trunk, on either side you will find a velcroed trap door. Pull this open and inside you will see two locking tabs that hold the black plastic mounting for all of the lights inside the rear lens, remove the connector at the bottom by wiggling it back and forth until it disengages. Then remove the mounting by squeezing the protruding tabs towards the cennter, replace the bulb, reseat the mounting and reconnect the bottom electrical connector.
0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected Could be a bad plug or plug wire; or an injector problem. Is it running rough? If it sounds smooth, it could be a transient condition. Such as driving on rough roads or lugging the engine, however rough roads/lugging will unlikely set a misfire code with an automatic transmission. I'd give the light several days and see if it goes out. If it's running a bit rough and it's time for plugs and wires anyway you may go ahead and do replace them. Once it's running smoothly, the light will go out soon--three consecutive ignition cycles without a fault. The way it sets a misfire code is the computer checks the crank position sensor every 100 revolutions for any deceleration that a misfire would cause. If it discovers deceleration, it looks at the cam position sensor in order to identify the cylinder. Therefore the PCM may not detect a light misfire right away. If it detects a severe misfire, it will flash the MIL, since a severe misfire could damage the catalytic converter, and disable the lock up torque converter clutch momentarily to rule out the rough road possibility. Since this code is not set by an actual lack of spark, just unexpected engine deceleration, any action that jostles the engine will be read as a misfire.
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 and guess what-- no more noise. Chevrolet put the buzzer there because of the law but it is up to you to do what is right.
I have one and most of the folks on the Impala SS forum believe the speed to be 145. I've personally had mine to 144 and that was all of it. I have a few mods on mine as well. I hope this helps I had an 94' caprice LT-1 w/tow pack , Took off the top speed limiter in the pcm''STOCK'' w/catback exhaust .Went 145mph and was still going! Don't think it would do 150mph. But could hit 147-148mph if I stayed on it . I think any good running94-96 SS can run over 140+mph
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 up a ratio of cobalt to B-12, we will get 58.93 : 1355.37 as the cobalt to B-12 ratio. See that the ratio? That's cobalt to B-12, and if we take the same ratio and extend it to the 1000 micrograms (1000mcg) in the vitamins, we'll get about 43.5 micrograms cobalt to 1000 micrograms of B-12. We've got about 43.5 micrograms of cobalt per 1000 micrograms of B-12.
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 should be done by a certified emissions technician that has special system pressurizing equipment.otherwise you can be replacing a lot of not needed components.usually i find a purge valve leaking with this code. hope this helps someone..
look in your owners manual.
There isn't one. I was told this when I bought mine. "You shouldn't need to check it unless there is a leak in which case, you need to take it in for service". Straight from the dealers mouth on that!!
The 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Sedan has a 2.4 L l4 LE5 171 hp (128 kW) engine and a curb weight of 2,815 lb - 3,001 lb. The Sedan also has a 4-door body.
i had the same problem with my 97, ended up being the negative battery cable was loose. tightened it up and it worked fine afterwardsAnswer yes it did work removing the cap and using screwdriver what i did was extened the legs on the cay reenserting cap so the button stays in and i can now freely remove the keySame thing happens to my 97 I fould out there is a "plunger" as part if the ignition. Under the steering wheel there is a small removable cap that you can take off and put a small screw driverf up into and press the plunger in and it will release the key. I think there is some electrical connection between the shift lever and the ignition. Mine has a floor shifter I am not shure if it is the same for a steering col set up good luck hope this helps
DWAnswerI also have the same problem with my 97 Blazer with floor shift. I found the plug and inserted the small screwdriver and my key comes right out :-). Thanks...Now I just have to firgue out how to fix it so I do not have to do this all the time.
Small hose clamp around bottom of the plunger housing just under the plunger. Adjust as necessary. Key will come out no problem. Fixed my 97 Jimmy this way. Found the info on a Pontiac Grand Am site. I believe this problem really stems from the switch on the shifter though. I am now unable to get my key to turn away from the run position. Have to remove fuses to shut down vehicle.
It is in the ducting before the throtle body.
With a 07 chevy cobalt key
take the inside door panels off and then you can unbolt the speaker from the door.
Chevrolet does not use inertia/reset switches.
The pump is located inside of the washer fluid reservoir.
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.
It is under the hood. Right next to the motor. You have to take the plastic off.
many tire shops carry donut tires or mabye even the dealer
you can use anything frrom 13 inch to 17 inch
o4 and 05 are basically the same motor. you may need to reprogram the computer in your 05 with the 04 vin code. other than that no difference.
The oil filter is built in the engine (no more external canister). Unscrew the oil filler cap (the cap where you put the oil into the engine). Remove the black plastic cowl that covers the engine. You will see a black round circle with a nut on top, just forward of the oil filler cap. This is where the filter is located. Use a 32mm or 1 1/4 socket to remove the cover. Remove the oil filter and seal. Replace with new oil filter and lube the new seal. This is plastic so be careful not to over tighten it when putting it back on. It can be damaged easily if you over tighten it. ---- Visit this site: http://www.avoidingevil.com/blog/archives/003004.htm The author of that site gives a step by step, very detailed description of how and when to change the oil on your cobalt. He also explains how to reset the computer so that it shows the correct estimate of how much time you have left before you need to change it again.
I had a plastic gas tank replaced by the chevy dealer for a $100 deductible charge. It was 2000 miles out of warranty. Check with dealer then call GM 800# if you need further assistance. They know this is a serious safety issue, I don't know why this is not a recall item.
Temperature Gauge Sending Unit
The sending unit is located in the front section of the intake manifold in the vicinity of the thermostat.
To check it you will need a Multimeter
I used a heat gun. Carefully peel off and then clean off residue and polish. I used a heat gun. Carefully peel off and then clean off residue and polish.
Unless you have a scanner you cant. The poor man way of doing it to remove the bulb.