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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: starter cranks and cranks but
This sounds like the fuel pump pressure check valve is defective, that is the usual cause of this long crank time issue, I am sure if you replace the fuel pump and filter the problem will go away. If you want to verify this issue have a shop run a fuel pressure leak down test, after the key is turned off the fuel press should not drop more than 5 PSI
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
Electronic control module
(ECM) computer circuit
problems - faulty
(Transmission) Input or
output speed sensor -
circuit problems. (Speed
sensor signals do not
agree with with selected
Torque converter clutch
(TCC) - TCC is
mechanically stuck on.
Vehicle anti-theft system (VATS) problem. OR Transmission Temperature Sensor (TTS) - short circuit problem in sensor or wiring. OR Transmission fluid temperature high.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
i have a cobalt too and my car had done the same thing..wut my problem was that my fuse had blown out. look at ur fuse box and there should be one that would be for run or crank, check and make shure those arent blown and if not it may be ur fuel pump..ur car may not be getting enough fuel pressure for it to turn on.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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