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Blowing oil out of dipstick tube on a 2007 cobalt ss

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U need a new head gasket

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Too much crankcase pressure.  Check pcv valve and hose.  AMy be clogged.  Repalce valve and clear hose thoroughly

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2006 Cobalt - Brown thick sludge on dipstick


If the oil level (checked with the dipstick) is VERY high, and the oi on the dipstick looks like chocolate milk (or just after running, foamy chocolate milk), this usually means either the head gasket is blown, or the cylinder head or the engine block is cracked, allowing the engine coolant to mix with the engine oil.

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Wheres my dipstick on my 2007 Cobalt SS


Hello the transmission has no trans dipstick. it is a seal for life trans. the engine dipstick is located
is the front of engine towards the driver side. it will have a yellow handle

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I changed transmission oil and filter on my 2005 chevy cobalt. i filled with 6.7 quarts of oil. How do I check the level on the transmission.


If you have the owner's manual, it should tell you. Or look on the dipstick, it may say something like "Check warm in Park". Usually, with the car warmed up, park on a level surface, put it in Park with the engine running (set the parking brake, block the wheels) and then check it.
Do not overfill! If it is too full, drain some out, or you will damage the transmission.
I assume you know where your transmission dipstick is? The tube is about 3/4 inch in diameter, the handle is usually near the firewall. (This is not the engine oil dipstick.)

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2007 chevy cobalt ss need help


Sounds like you are not getting the full throw of the slave cylinder. If you do not disengage the clutch completely it will shift hard, and sometimes you have to double clutch like you would an old truck. Have whoever put in your clutch bleed the clutch system again.

Hope this helps.

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Oil blowing out the dipstick tube


a fairly common problem on any of those high mile or abused 4.0liter engine either #1 your PCV ventilation tubes are plugged those are thos small black lines comming out of your valve cover or #2 your getting really bad blow by in your valves. 1 being easy to do and 2 not so easy!!

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