Question about 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt
This is most likey because your ignition switch is shorting out, the fix if to have this switch replaced. Unfortunately its a lot of wires and soldering so have a garage do this for you..
In the mean time, to save gas and shut the vehicle off, remove the (NEGATIVE) battery terminal. (Do not let it touch the car)
Under the hood is the fuse box, under the cover of the box is a diagram, Locate and remove the FUEL PUMP FUSE, and the IGNITION Fuse.
this will shut the vehicle off and conserve your battery, simply replace the fuses, and terminal then start the car to get it to a garage.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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