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talk with a service dealer for this
if it is EFI controlled (ECM) the speedo will work off the output shaft of the transmission ( final drive rpms equate to road speed ) and if auto will be a vehicle speed sensor or if manual around the extension housing of the gear box
again talk with a service center for exact details
Wrench light means you have a fault or service is due. Not sure what fault is . If it is a fuse the part cost is small, not sure about labour cost, it depends on where fuse is located but shouldn't take more than a few minutes. Hope this helps
Fuel pump in indica typically gets blocked or leak after around 50k kms. It could be due to bad fuel use for a long time or due to the resident problem with the pump itself.
My Indica Diesel too had the same problem. The pump has to be removed and cleaned by TVS (who makes the pumps). You can get the pump removed from a local mechanic and take the pump yourselves to a vendor in the locality. IN Bangalore you have many vendors repairing TVS fuel pumps in JC road. If you take it to a TATA authorized service center, it may cost you around 40% more cost than the direct vendor. TATA also takes the pump to TVS to get it repaired. You can rather do it yourself.
First, how's your power steering fluid level?
Is your power steering belt squealing?
If these questions don't fi the problem, you may have to bring to a service center (like Pep Boy's, or Town Fair Tire, some one you can trust) and tell them your problem!
why Swift and TATA in one post. you need a service manual, ask your car parts center (store) for a book on your car, here is USA we dont have TATA's zero. working on cars, takes books and tools. the book will tell you how to do the work and how not to mess up.
the firing order on may an engine is stamped on the intake manifold.
hmmm..which high pressure hose the a/c or power steering hose...if its the a/c u need to take this to a service center. removing the high pressure hose without recovering the freon can cause serious injury.it is under extreme high pressure at all times even when the truck is not running... if its the power steering hose then start by removing the plastic shield in the steering staft at the steering box on the drivers side frame loosen the 18mm line nut then follow it to the other line nut on the back of the power steering pump....but sometimes the pump may need to be removed to to this, if this is the case i recommend u take it to a service center
Your Cobalt is not equiooed with a Power Steering Pump. It has electric power steering. See the description below.
Power Steering - System Description and Operation The electric power steering (EPS) system reduces the amount of effort needed to steer the vehicle. The system uses the body control module (BCM), power steering control module (PSCM), torque sensor, discrete battery voltage supply circuit, EPS motor, serial data bus, and the instrument panel cluster (IPC) message center to perform the system functions. The PSCM, torque sensor, not the EPS motor are serviced separately from each other or from the steering column. Any EPS components diagnosed to be malfunctioning requires replacement of the steering column assembly, also known as the EPS assembly.