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When looking at the front of the vehicle. Cylinder 1 is all the way to the left (passenger side) then it progressives towards driver side. 1-2-3-4. As far as coils go, they are on driver side of the engine. So when looking at engine from front of car, starting closest to firewall, coil order should be 1 (closest to firewall) then 3, 2, and ending with 4. 4 being closest to radiator. Hope this helps. https://www.2carpros.com/questions/2007-chevrolet-aveo-ignition-firing-order-diagram
theirs a push pin opening under steering column by ignition that will allow you to turn key to off and remove it the reverse lock out tab on your selector either broke or something like a coin is jammed in it most of time a coin is jammed there
Sep 23, 2010 - 30 posts - 19 authors
Next time it jumps out of gear to push the onstar button and have it towed to .... to either start in 3rd gear (absolutely no power from a cold start until .... The car has beenstuck in park in both situations, level ground and ... My automatic 2005 Chevy Aveo LS requires T-IV Automatic Transmission Fluid (GM pt.
It may be a grounding problem in the wiring.. probably the turn signal switch that is located inside the steering column..These switches have plastic parts that can crack and close a circuit. You need a dealer repair as there are various sensors and sensitive wiring inside the column that controls deployment of the air bag.
check the blower motor for power and ground at the motor. if this is good hit the blower, if it starts or tries to start replace the blower motor. if you have no power at the motor check the resistor for power going in and a good ground. if you have these going in and not coming out then the resistor is bad. this is a common problem with just about all cars.
He is right about that. The sender unit for the dash gauge is only for the gauge. Another sensor, the coolant temperature sensor, conveys information to the computer about the coolant temperature, and if fans need to be turned on for extra cooling.
sounds like either your fuel pump went out or you have no spark going to your spark plugs check and see if you have spark first if so then open your gas cap with your ear next to the filler tube have someone turn key to run possition you should hear a humming noise for a few seconds if not then your fuel pump went out