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Hi Scott, when you say you replaced the battery terminals do you mean the wire connection to the battery? And now there is no live power to anything...dash, lights, horn, radio? If so then the it is most likely the terminals are not making a good contact....check the negative terminal first!

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Oct 26, 2014


I can only guess that some part of the body is broken causing the headlight to bounce around too much.
Has you car been wrecked and repaired at some time.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Sep 29, 2014


Get it to a reputable suspension shop to have it checked out,if it was said a part on the steering then you don't want to risk losing steering when the worn parts break.Speculating it could be tie rods,sway bar links,ball joints,bushings etc etc everything that moves when you hit the bumps.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Sep 17, 2014


you mean clunking? its prob bushes around suspension, I hope this helps

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Sep 02, 2014


THE WATER IS CONDENSATION FROM THE AC EVAP. THE DRAIN HOSE TO THE OUTSIDE IS PROBABLY CLOGGED. IT IS USUALLY LOCATED ON THE FIREWALL NEAR THE AC LINES GOING INTO THE INTERIOR AND IS A SHORT ELBOW SHAPED RUBBER HOSE. IT MUST BE CLEANED. TRY USING A SMALL BOTTLE BRUSH THAT IS FLEXIBLE OR SOMETHING SIMILAR

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Jul 22, 2014


Your TCM should be in the front of the engine compartment on the left side, sort of behind the driver's headlight. There is a cluster of electronic parts. The largest box is the ECU, behind that is the second largest box. That is your TCM. There are two big wire bundle connectors on the ECU, and one wire bundle connector on the TCM. The TCM is usually pretty durable, so if you are having problems with it, check to make sure the plugs on the TCM and the ECU are all plugged in tightly, and none of the wires in the bundles are loose where they attach to the plug. Anything beyond that should be done by a mechanic who is familiar with the system.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on May 22, 2014


go to the service center . it may be faulty equipment that may make steering uncontrollable or unworkable.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014


From what you have described, no. A drive-shaft would damage a transmission if it was too long. It would be quite the rookie mistake. I know that if your drive-shaft needed repair then the dealership would send the drive-shaft out to a drive-shaft shop The Dealership doesn't have their own balancing machine. The machine shop would replace the u-joints and then balance the drive-shaft. If the machinist had to make up a new drive-shaft because the original was damaged. It would have been then that if there was a mistake made in the drive-shafts length, it was made there. I find it hard to believe but it isn't impossible. My honest opinion is that it is a coincidence. If I can answer any questions please write back, good luck.

Chevrolet HHR... | Answered on Mar 23, 2014

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