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Possibly a shorted injector, or a short in the wiring. Pull off all injector connectors from the injectors, put a new fuse in, and turn the key to on. If the fuse blows, look for a short in the power wire going to the injectors. If fuse doesn't blow, reconnect one injector at a time (key still on). If one of the injectors being connected blows the fuse-that is your shorted injector. Have to replace it. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are only 2 things you can try to fix this yourself: turn off the engine and open the driver side door (to turn the radio off). Wait 5 minutes, start your car.
If that does not solve it, turn off your engine, disconnect the car battery, wait about 5 minutes. Reconnect the battery (negative pole first - black connector) and try your radio again.
If neither one of these two fix your problem, I am afraid only a GM service center or dealership can fix the problem. The Cobalt is notorious for all kinds of electrical issues.
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Posted on Mar 28, 2009
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