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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2005 cobalt
Priority Action Part Type Cause 1 Inspect Battery Damaged or faulty battery and/or connections. 2 Inspect Coil - Ignition Damaged or faulty ignition coil or ignition coil circuit. 3 Inspect Fuel Filter Clogged or dirty fuel filter 4 Inspect Fuel Injector Pressure Regulator Faulty fuel injector pressure regulator or circuit. 5 Inspect Fuel Pump Improperly functioning fuel pump or circuits. 6 Inspect Wireset Damaged, worn, or deteriorating spark plug or coil wire(s). 7 Inspect Control Module-Ignition Faulty ignition control module or circuit. 8 Inspect Solenoid Switch Damaged or faulty solenoid switch or solenoid switch circuit. 9 Inspect Starter Damaged, worn, defective, or faulty starter or starter related circuit. 10 Inspect Neutral Safety Switch Damaged or faulty neutral safety swittch or circuit. 11 Inspect Fuse Corroded, burned, or shorted fuse may be interupting power source. 12 Inspect Fusible Link Corroded, burned, or shorted fusible link may be interupting power source. 13 Inspect Battery Cable Corroded, broken or poorly connected battery cable. 14 Inspect Spark Plug Wire Loom - Performance Improperly adjusted or worn/malfunctioning carburetor. 15 Inspect Distributor Cap Loose or cracked distributor cap 16 Inspect Distributor Cap And Rotor Kit Loose, cracked, or worn distributor cap and ignition rotor. 17 Inspect Fuel System Pressure Incorrect fuel pressure being delivered to carburetor or fuel injection system. 18 Inspect Fuel Injector Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector. 19 Inspect Ignition Switch Worn, damaged or faulty ignition switch or circuit. 20 Inspect Spark Plug Fouled, damaged or broken spark plug(s). 21 Inspect Belt Incorrectly routed, adjusted(tensioned), missing or worn drive belt(s). 22 Inspect Timing Belt Slipped or broken timing belt. 23 Inspect Timing Set Slipped timing chain or worn timing gear(s). 24 Inspect Fuel Tank Contaminated fuel from rusted or deteriorated fuel tank. 25 Inspect Ignition Timing Incorrectly adjusted engine timing.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Is this a diesle? I had one of the Volvo Diesles year ago, and had this problem. If its a diesle, you can start with the starter and solenoid, but you are probably going to have to take it in. They are great engines but need a specialist. not a back yard mechanic.
If it is the starter yes, you can do this your self. There is no real skill to putting in a starter. Clean the area and the starter to be removed as well as you can. Go out and buy a couple cans of carberator cleaner and a stiff brush that you can use to remove any excess debree. there are basicaly 2 ways a starter goes in. Meaning lateraly or horizontaly. There are a couple of wires that go to a starter. If your not sure do what I do. Take a picture after its all cleaned. Print it off and use it as a referance. Also use some tape and mark them in a way so you cant mess it up. Next, there are usually 3-4 bolts that hold in the starter. Remove them. _rember there are gears on a starter. So pull it gentaly so not to break anything and remember did you have to do any angles to get it out. You will probably have to angle it back in. Starters typicaly have 2 parts a starter and a solenoid. They can come together or separate. Take this in mind when removing. Now the tricky part. Did your starter have a shim. this is a thin premeasured piece of metal that makes your starter farther away than it would be from the fly wheal. Its causes a gap. Some need it some don't. Ask your parts sales person if they come with them. Usually they are free. Also, you may need to remove the starter after all your hard work is done. because you may need to put in take out or change the shim size they gave you. So don't get mad at litle details. Its not a hard job to do. Once you have done this it will seam very easy. After getting the new one in place, put the bolts back on. make sure its tight. check on the torque before you start, so you don't break your starter mounts or under tighten. Now put your wires back on and start it up. If you get this really lowd SCREACH. Then you know you need to play with the shims some. Thats why I said pay very careful attention to whats up there when you take it out.
good luck and Buy a Chilton for your car. This will actually give you pictures and step by step directions for this and many many simple jobs.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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