Question about 2009 Chevrolet HHR
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spark plug wires set up
when looking at the motor from the front of the car. the pullies are off to the passanger side. the side in front of you from the pullies to tranni are 1, 3, and 5. On the firewall side, it's 2, 4, and 6. On that year of car, the distrubitor should be labeled.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
I don't know if your vehicle is a 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder. This will make a difference in the # of cylinders as well as the placement. If it is the 4 c ylinder when you open the hood it says at Autozone.com that the spark plugs are on the front of the motor lined up 1-4. If it is the 6 cylinder then you will have 3 at the front of the motor and 3 at the back of the motor. Regardless it is the same concept. I don't know for this particular vehicle, but it is possible you may have to remove a large plastic engine covering in order to access the spark plugs. What I recommend is to replace the spark plug wires at the same time as the plugs. For all my vehicles I use NGK plugs and NAPA auto parts has the best plug wires I have used - Belden Maxx. Prior to starting you will want to check the "GAP" on each new spark plug. Using a spark plug gap tool available at parts places for about $1. Take the new plug and the non-porcelin end (the end that has the arc) insert the arc into the gap tool at the lowest end and slide the plug around until you reach the corresponding "GAP". For this vehicle it should be .44" (I checked on Autozone's website but you may want to check to be sure. At some of the part's places they may tell you that you don't have to check the gap, but believe me you alway's should. I just did a car where they insisted that I didn't need to check the gap and each plug was not gapped properly. The Arc on the plug has to be specific for your vehicle or you will have too much spark or not enough. After gapping the new plugs you are ready to start. Somewhere on the side of the motor you should see either 4 or 6 wires/cables branching out to the cylinders. Starting with whichever you prefer (do only one at a time to avoid confusion) trace the wire/cable to the cylinder and where it goes to the cylinder a "boot" covers the spark plug. Twist the boot until it comes off . If you are going to replace the plug wires take that one off and match it up to your new set (They will be different lengths). You will need a ratchet and a spark plug socket (available at parts places) The spark plug socket has rubber on the inside to protect the porcelin of the spark plug, and to provide grip. You may or may not need a small extension. Place the spark plug socket over the end of the spark plug and apply pressure until the spark plug begins to loosen. You may have to apply quite a bit of pressure if they are in there tight. Once it is loosened take the old plug out, and place the new plug in the spark plug socket. Don't use the ratchet at this point, just begin to thread the plug in by hand once it is in there as much as you can get it, tighten it down with the ratchet making sure not to over-tighten. Do the other cylinders in the same manner.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Take it to your dealer, and demand they fix it.
Seriously, 2009 you should be WELL within your warranty period, unless you commute from Washington DC to Dallas Texas.
One POSSIBLE issue is, aftermarket locking gas caps are sometimes too tall for the door, and prevent it's complete closure. Second issue may be a bad connector on your gas-door locking solenoid.
Finally(and i don't knwo for sure, since mine is NOT a 2009) when you finish filling your tank, did you press the door back into the latched position? If not, then the lock solenoid will actually PREVENT the latching and proper closure from taking place.
Check the gas door for signs of damage in the sheet metal near where the lock engages. to rule this out. With the door latched shut, lock the doors, and set the alarm. Now check with a credit card, or other thin plastic piece, to see if the locking solenoid is "out". If not, that is definitely your issue, and needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: 2007 Chevy HHR Fuse panel
There should be a printed list on the inside of the fuse boxes, as well as in the owners manual. There is one box under the hood, and another on the right side of the console near the passenger's feet.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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