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Chevrolet Cobalt, Security System, Coupe, Sedan
#7 of 50 Did you fix the problem?
Jul 10, 2009 (12:42 am)
My 2006 chevy Cobalt LS does the same thing in hot and cold weathers. It is common. I usually let my car warm up about at least 10 minutes. If you have remote starter and your heater preset, it is alot nicer. Plus, it is better for your car if you give it least 10 mins to warm up. Another way, raise your rpms to 1500 hold a steady pressure on the accelator. It will warm you car up alot faster. In the future runs, after your car is paid off, get a remote starter. I had to purchase one 2 years ago since my Cobalt LS didn't have one included. I used to live in those cold snowy days and nights also do missed the snow. Don't worry about the jerks, it is normal. If the your Cobalt jerks too heavy, then you do have a major problem and it needs to be service or fix. Could be costly. Remember this in the future.
#8 of 50 Re: Did you fix the problem? [pa356228]
Aug 20, 2009 (8:15 am)
Thank you so very much for replying! You a GREAT ONE!
#9 of 50 Can someone please help me
Jun 22, 2008 (6:22 pm)
#10 of 50 Can someone please help me
Jun 09, 2008 (5:56 pm)
I put LED taillights on my Cobalt SS Supercharged,now the turnsignals are flashing fast,I was told to change the flasher unit,but no one can tell me where it is on the car.My dealer told me it was behind the button for the fourway flasher button,is this ture?
#11 of 50 car lock on chevy cobalt ls
Jun 10, 2008 (8:01 pm)
Is there a way to just open the door from the inside when the car door is locked.? It appears you must unlock the door then open the door. My previous car, even if the door was locked you could unlock and open it just by opening the latch on the inside.
#12 of 50 Re: car lock on chevy cobalt ls [pboyd1]
Jun 11, 2008 (4:31 pm)
when it's locked it's locked
#13 of 50 Re: Can someone please help me [cobaltken]
Jun 11, 2008 (4:32 pm)
can you hear it clicking?
#14 of 50 tires, tires, & more tires
Jun 22, 2008 (5:17 pm)
My friend has a 2005 cobalt with 60,000 miles, and has gone through 6 sets of tires. He doesn't drive fast, or reckless. He gets the car serviced regularly and alignments. Does anyone else have this problem? If you can give me some insight to tell my friend, please do so. thank you
#15 of 50 Re: tires, tires, & more tires [mikieb]
Jun 22, 2008 (6:22 pm)
1 - Does he check his tire pressior regularly? The inflation must be as recommended by the car manufacturer.
2 - Does he rotate his tires as requested by the manufacturer?
3 - Does he change his tires for "cheap" brands? You get what you pay for.
It's almost unbelievable. 60,000 miles and 6 sets of tires? It's the first time I hear this.
And you say that he doesn't drive fast nor reckless and he does his maintenance service regularly ? Hmmmm!
Something is definitively wrong here.