Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
All this within 2 weeks. Fuel pump failure. The following week fuel sensor failure. These parts were replaced by dealership under warranty, but now the fuel pump is making that bad noise in the rear of the car, again. I'm not seeing any posts on problems with fuel pumps. Could it be that the fuel pump installed 2 weeks ago was bad?
That does happen ~ more often than you would think,unfortunately. The 2006 Cobalts seem to be falling to pieces right now,though. If you are still under warranty make them check and repair everything especially your computer.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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