The Rockies My brother has a Cobalt with the 2.
Had issues for several weeks now. Transmission doesn't know how to shift suddenly becomes undrivable essentially. He pulls over and shuts it down and sometimes would disconnect the battery and it would behave for another week.
Other standards included bucket seats with options such as hood mounted stripes, pop-open gas cap, overhead console, and a new collection capable of producing hp. The standard V-8 was composed of producing hp, which was 30 more libraries than the engine. As for high-performance offerings, was the year Ford delivered their Cobra Jet Mustang.
It got worse and he had the TCM replaced at a transmission shop two weeks ago and it was fine again. It had never been good for as long as two weeks before that. It has started misbehaving again the last couple days interrupting a couple trips.
The little I6 is on the chevrolet cobalt code 19 of dying, just like the family of raccoons we found multiple inside the rear seats. Perfect for demolition derbies, testing homemade leagues, crushing with a monster truck, or as a first car for your alpha. I6 Stripped We just removed the some of the electric parts: the seats, body panels, rear springs and accessories, and doors. Highly recommended for jumps. The front axles aren't as great, but they work just fine.
Had it scanned today and the code was PC. Bad programming when it was replaced? Something different altogether?
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