Last post on Sep 12, 2010 at 3:59 PM
You are in the Chevrolet Cobalt
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Chevrolet Cobalt, Oil, Paint, Coupe, Sedan
#99 of 138 Re: I need some help... [aliciaa]
Oct 22, 2007 (2:42 pm)
60 mph at about 2000 rpm 80 mph at about 3000 rpm
#100 of 138 Re: Major RPM flutter 2007 2.2L 4T45E [jtk152]
Oct 27, 2007 (6:34 pm)
Joel.... I have been experiencing the same problem. I have had my coblat back to the dealer several times, and they can not seem to find the problem. My Cobalt also is a 2007 2.2L. My problem also happens once the vehicle is warmed up.
#101 of 138 bouncy shift...
Oct 28, 2007 (6:29 am)
Ricky, thanks for responding! This makes at least 3 reports now I've heard of on this issue. This is exactly what I fear, getting stuck in the old dealer "could not duplicate concern" loop. You can't fault them really. Cars are so freaking complicated now & techs can't spend all day on a warranty job or they'd starve. If I can dig up anything I'll let you know.
Nov 02, 2007 (9:24 am)
Does anyone have any information about GM's Protection Plan for extended warranties?
#103 of 138 Re: GM protection plan [harrisblack]
Nov 04, 2007 (4:50 am)
Here's is what I found on google.
#104 of 138 2007 cobalt oil filter nut size
Nov 26, 2007 (12:43 pm)
does anyone know the size of the nut for the plastic oil filter cap on the 2007 cobalt
#105 of 138 Re: 2007 cobalt oil filter nut size [mikeshouse4]
Nov 26, 2007 (1:17 pm)
24 millimeter. You could use an adjustable wrench.
Nov 26, 2007 (1:21 pm)
Does ayone have firsthand experience with GM's protection plan?
#107 of 138 Re: 2007 cobalt oil filter nut size [mikeshouse4]
Nov 27, 2007 (7:27 pm)
I am sure the nut built into the top of all the GM Ecotec 2.2L engines is 1 1/4 inches (or close to 32 mm).
#108 of 138 Re: GM protection plan [harrisblack]
Dec 01, 2007 (4:12 am)
What kind of experience are you talking about. If you trade the vehicle in you can get a pro-rated amount back. The GM warranty is among the best, if not the best in the industry for coverage with no co-pays. You can shop different dealers for the warranty. You could buy a Chevy but then go to a Buick dealership and negotiate an extended warranty there for your Chevy. You could wait a year or two before having it added on if you want.