Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
After 15 to 20 minutes of driving, it completely shuts down. It usually takes about another 15 minutes before starting back up. It's a 2006 chevy cobalt LS
A likely problem is a fuel pump going down...as it gets warm, it heats up the wiring inside and they expand causing a loss of connection inside the pump...As it cools, it comes back together and works again...when it dies out turn the key off and listen closely for the pump to hum when you turn the key on...If it doesn't wait for it to cool and then when you try again listen and if you hear it and it starts, that's your problem...fuel pumps will go bad quickly if you don't keep your tank at least a quarter to half full as the gas is what keeps it cool so it don't get too hot and melt the shellac on the wiring which will eventually short out...
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
Unintended acceleration in 2006 chevy colbalt
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