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2006 cobalt when cold and you stop it dies and then jerks really bad. it starts up with no problem after it kills but if you stop again soon it does the same thing. I have about 7 stops that I make in about a mile.

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  • jessyjo Dec 04, 2008

    We had it looked at and the service place said it had a lot of carbon built up in the throttle control (I believe this is the term used). We also have the fuel injectors cleaned.

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If it is ok when the car warms up it sounds like the choke at fault, Hope this helps

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