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2009 chevy cobalt wont shift to second gear

Battery went dead and jump started cobalt..engine light is on and reading power steering on dash

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SOURCE: 06 Chevy Cobalt power steering msg and check engine light on

So I fell victim just as everyone else has. I hit 45,000 miles and my power steering went out and it cost $900 to fix it.

In order to get Chevy to recall this problem we all need to call the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at 888-327-4236 or visit http://www.SaferCar.gov It will only take a few minutes.

I made a video and put it on youtube to help build awareness on the subject:
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Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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the lock is anti theft, This sounds like an electrical mess, Possibly poor connection at a wire harness

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SOURCE: 2006 Cobalt battery went dead, jumped it and got charge, no start

so my 06 cobalt keeps dieing and i have to jump it alot lately is it my alt or my battery

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I have Chevy Cobalt 2006. Won't start. Ket appears stocked can't pull out. What's the problem?


A battery indicating only 5.6 volts will never start that vehicle. Battery voltage should at least be 12.3 volts if you want to reliably start the car.

Aug 30, 2015 | 2006 Chevrolet Chevrolet Cobalt LS

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Truck will not start, seems completely dead electronically. There is a red dot on in the upper right quadrant of the dash board.


battery read 12.6v? if not its dead or discharged.
jump start it. or charge it.
if the battery reads correct.
check fusess.
if the dash check engine lamp is not glowing key on,that
is a sure sign the ECU/PCM has no 12v power, at all.
if the head lights are dead, always fix that first.
as head lights are HOT 24/7, all the time.
and prove , total loss of power.

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Focus 1.8 tdci 2009 won't start dash lights go crazy noise from fuse box


check your battery cables for corrosion clean them and start the engine

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2006 cobalt.replaed starter relay fuse all lights come on dash ect. fuel going to fuel pump but wont crank over


Are you positive the battery is good? Did you try to jump it ? Make sure all cables are clean and tight. When you say "won't crank over" do you mean the engine doesn't turn at all? If not, I don't know why you think the fuel pump would be the culprit. If it cranks and doesn't start, I don't know why you replaced the starter.

Disconnecting the battery doesn't reset the light. You need a scan tool for that unless you get lucky and fix the problem and go through enough cycles for it to go out on it's own.

Take it to Autozone or Advance or somewhere and have them read the codes. They do it for free for you. (They are hoping you will buy parts there) They can reset the light as well.

Jun 29, 2017 | 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

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Chevy Cobalt - Battery saver light is on and the car won't start.


A couple days ago, my ignition went out on my car, (or so I thought), because my key wouldnt come out, and it would only turn back half way. Luckily, I had a spare key made to my car so i would use that to get in my car after I manually locked it. And it was good for a few days. Then one morning when I went to get into my car for work, it wouldnt start. A couple lights came on my dash that read "battery saver mode" and "engine power reduced". Then the security light came on (a little lock with a car picture flashed). And it started clicking and whining. My next thought was WTF?! So I woke my boyfriend up, we charged the car (battery is in the trunk if u didnt know) And it kinda started. The car was jumping all over and puttin and spuddering. We both knew their had to be way for the key to come out of the car, it was recognizing it was in park, and i would move the steering wheel and nothing. Well, under the steering wheel, theres a little cover, take that off, and put your finger up in that hole, you`ll feel a button, push that and your key will come right now. I started my car after that, and everything was normal!!! It still gets stuck in the ignition, but this is my temp. fix untill i get the money to get a new ignition =)

Dec 10, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

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Drove to work this morning in my 2006 Chevy Cobalt LS with no problems. Listened to the radio without starting the car for 15 minutes while I fiddled with my blackberry - at one point, the radio led went...


Sounds like your battery is dead. Most batteries last about two to three years. I suspect maybe yours has a couple of dead cells. You will need a hydrometer a device we use to test each cell. When you pick one up at the parts store pry open the caps off of the top of the battery. Next squeeze and hold the bulb on the hydrometer and stick the meter into each opening in the battery and release and make a notation of where the little ball in the meter is located. This will tell you that you have one or more cells dead and the battery will need replacing. Good Luck.

Oct 02, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

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Batterty dead. Check engine light/Antifreeze pouring


The main problem could be a well known cobalt ignition issue. check all fuses, wires, and connections if you've worked on cars before and call to see if you still have any warranty left. This should be handled by a chevy dealer or chevy trained mechanic...to isolate the issue fast and avoid repeat visits to get er done.

Jan 13, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt

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2006 Cobalt battery went dead, jumped it and got charge, no start


so my 06 cobalt keeps dieing and i have to jump it alot lately is it my alt or my battery

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