Question about 2011 Chevrolet Malibu
Went to start car this morning and there was no power. battery connections and fuses all okay. where do I look next?
Have you tried jumping it, i bet the battery is dead, if it is a hybrid read your owners manual first to make sure you are doing it the proper and safe way
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No power to ignition
Well there are a few things it could be. I would start with taking the battery cables off and clean them as well as you can taking off the negitive cable 1st and putting it back on last after you clean them, Try that first see what happens if that don't work try the fuseable links by the starter and see if any one of those are burnt, Hard crispy or maybe even a wire came off, be careful if you find a wire loose not to touch any metal with it, and if you find one like that make sure your negitive cable is disconnected before going any further. Hope that help you out . Take care
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 chevy malibu
There is a common problem as I found out with the '02 Malibu- a glitch with the anti-theft system. I had a similar problem in which I thought my battery was dead, so I replaced it. I had over a half tank of gas, but my car would not start. The quick fix for this is the following:
1. Turn your key to the "On" position (do not try to start) for exactly 10 minutes. The "Anti-Theft" light will flash.
2. Turn the key off for exactly 1 minute.
3. Car should start no problem!
This worked for me... so its a worth a try before you spend tons of money trying to figure out what else the problem could be.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 chevy malibu fuse question
Sounds like you have a ground problem, i doubt its in the sending units as both gauges are acting strange work, seeing that electricity likes paths of least resistance one gauge could be grounding through another. Bad grounds wreak havoc on electrical systems.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
sounds like a primary ingnition wire check your battery positive to your alternator and your pos to your starter
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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