Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
The solution is to move to a warmer climate. But until u do that, here are some suggestions. Extreme cold is very tough on a car, and all systems must be operating well in order for a car to start in the weather u are experiencing. Since the engine light has gone on, have any trouble codes read that are stored on the cars computer. Most parts stores will do this as a free service. They will plug a scan tool into the cars computer port under the dash and check for the codes. Write them down and ask what they mean, and how to fix any problems. U can post the codes and any questions here for help. Make sure u are using the proper engine oil weight as recommended in your owners manual, oil that is too heavy makes it difficult for the engine to turn over in the cold. You can also check out engine oil heaters, which is just a dipstick u put in the oil dipstick tube, plug it in and it keeps the oil warm, which will be a BIG help on the cold mornings. Good luck, and spring is less than 3 months away!
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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