Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
Please explain what you mean by tune up?? now to this old grease monkey that means fancy exhaust ,webber carb ,high lift cam and grind valves in ,polished ports ect ,so i assume you mean a service .Now this depends on the service as a service means different things to different mechanics ,now a dealer fitter will only change oil /plugs and filters as this is the most profitable for the dealer and the mechanic whos good with a pen for his bonus.But to an old fleet fitter like myself then a service is a lot more ,with a grease gun/oil can ,inspection and manual adjustment of rear brakes .Clean and grease the light bulbs ,in fact best part of a days work for one truck ,so please be more specific
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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