Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
You might want to check the MAF Sensor it's located on your air intake tube. Or check the connections between the tube and the air box and make sure they are connected tight. If this isn't the problem then one of your O2 sensors have failed and you should take it to any mechanic that fixes cars. The dealer will rip you off. But this is an easy fix.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first loosen the road wheel nuts. then jack it up. then remove the road wheel. then turn the wheel out (brake side) get a g clamp put one end on the caliber and the other on the outside pad and wind nice and slowly then remove the two bolts holding the caliber and put aside DONOT TOUCH THE BLEEDING NIPPLE OR REMOVE ANY OF THE RUBBER HOSES ON THE BRAKE LINES open the reserveor (BRAKE FLUID CAP) the disk (rotor) look for a retaing screw on it and remove it some cars havem some dont then tap the disk off asemably is the reverse of removel
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
If coolant level is hull replace sencer in radiater over flow tank. can have check engine light checked free at Auto Zone...Thank You!!!
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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