Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
You need to determine weather it is ignition,or fuel related.Check the fuel pressure,by removing the fuel filter,and turn the key on,to see if fuel shoots from the line.If so,then check to see if the spark quits,a split second before the engine dies,by watching the r p m gauge,if it has one,the r p m gauge will drop,just a split second before the engine dies,if the problem is ignition.A code reader would help,to see what sensors are being affected,if any. But from,my days of diagnoses,from how you are describing,I would say the ignition module is bad.The module is working on start up mode,and when the key is released to the run position,to run,the run mode of the module is dead.Now the crankshaft sensor ,and the cam sensor have to work together to run the engine,the cam sensor has to be working for the engine to start,but to run,after the engine starts,the crankshaft sensor takes over the job,so the crank shaft sensor might be the problem here.I hope this is some how helpful,without a scanner,or code reader,it is hard to pin point a problem such as this,If this was at all helpful ,please let us know,thank you.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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