Question about 2011 Chevrolet Malibu
My dash lights don't come on periodically. I have taken it to the dealer several times and they say they can't diagnose it because it doesn't do it when they are checking it. My problem is they are not working right, I have tried bringing it to the dealership but it's 15 miles away and when it happens it only lasts a couple minutes. I want it fixed. It is under warranty. Can you help? They said they can't fix it.
This problem indicates either a loose bulb or a loose connection behind the dash or a bad earth for that circuit. IF you want satisfaction for your complaint then contact the service customer relations on line(NET) and voice your concerns very strongly and I would say that very shortly you will get an invitation to bring your car back to have the problem fixed. It works for me all the time .
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2001 impala security pass lock
I had the ignition problem in my Impala LS '01 and I solved it, my solution was to clean the 'IGN RLY' module with a little bit of WD-40 both terminals and socket, then, i put a silica gel bag near the module (in case the humidity may form tartar again) it was an instant solution, specially in rainy weather.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: Check engine Light
The P0455 indicates you have a gross vacuum leak in the EVAP system.
Start at the engine and the vacuum purge valve, start checking the vacuum hoses and lines all the way back to the EVAP canister near the gas tank. Make sure no hose or lines are cracked / disconnected.
If all looks OK, let me know and we will proceed from there. Below is a schematic of the EVAP system for reference.
Good luck and let me know.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
replacing a thermostat cost about 20 bucks or less done yourself and as far as the oil leak check for loose valv cover bolts and manifold bolts. Dealerships are crooks they will sabotage a vehicle in a heart beat. Try this first.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
sounds like a bad ground somewhere. that can burn out power wires due to a high amp draw and cause the battery not to charge. try hooking up the negitive cable directly to the engine to jumpstart it. if that works and the car dies as soon as you disconnect the cables a bad ground is very likely. and I have noticed the new gms are very weak in the charging/battery department. They are using very cheep batterys ,die very easy. also check fuses.
Posted on May 04, 2009
I had that problem to last winter too. i took it to a shop and they told me it was the 4x4 switch. it is a common problem. I changed it and so far so good. It was an very easy fix. you just pop off the dash all the way around then you can take the switch out. there are two clips one on the top and one on the bottom. then all you half to do is un plug the wires and you are ready to put in the new one. it only cost me around $130.00 canadian.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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