Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
There was no lead up to this problem. Everything was working great. Went out one day and the gas pedal barely moved the car. The typical idle has been about 800 RPMs, but now the car idles by jumping from 800 to 1,800 RPMs and back down again while in Park. Putting the car in drive, the rpms drop to under 500 and vary between that and 700. Depressing the gas pedal will get the rpms up to 1,400 and will move the car at an incredible 3-4 mph on level ground and 1 mph uphill. I've called several mechanics and have received the following answers: Your transmission may need to be replaced; you have a problem with a sensor; you may have water in the gas tank; it may be the fuel pump. The check engine light is on. Has anyone solved anything like this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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