Dealership made comments that it was regional due to cost of repair. The contact diagnosed that the fuel pump module needed to be replaced. I have a 2006 Saturn Ion. All in all, a pretty straight forward procedure. But wow the last month has been brutal and when I say brutal it smells so bad you would honestly think somebody has soaked the entire inside of the car with gasoline, I have an instant pounding headache within minutes of starting it! I am getting the following 4 codes in a 2003 Mazda Protege5 engine: P0090. Much more refined than the.
Your car is going to be fine. Critics also disliked the heavy wheels which negatively affected handling, as well as the spoiler which obstructed rearward visibility. It doesn't know what state it's in. Dealer did same to me? When all is said and done the recall will be performed, any leaks fixed, and my vehicle will be safe to drive. Also, the cylinders should be within 1-20 psi of each other. It was sold as the Pontiac G4 in for 2005—2006 and as the Pontiac G5 in for its entire run where it was briefly known as the Pontiac Pursuit and later Pontiac G5 Pursuit. Then check your fuel pressure it should be 48-55 psi with key on and engine off.
I was spraying either in to start it. The consumer stated he recently received a recall letter, stating his vehicle could catch on fire. Sucks being a Cobalt owner. The contact stated that while driving 25 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The classified the Cobalt as a car. In all cases, the G5 replaced the Cavalier-related. The fuel tank has to be removed from the car to access the fuel pump area and replace it.
Try to turn the steering left and right - there should be no knocking or clunking noises. The letter stated the repair would be free. The vehicle was not repaired. Watch out for any warning lights coming on during the test drive. This is incredible to me! This car was manufactured with the same components as the cars recalled in new mexico, mississippi, California, etc. There is an existing recall for a fuel leak on this make, model and year, but not in virginia!? They will cover fuel pump, gas tank , and 2 little plastic lines on top of the tank. I noticed a very bad smell of gas coming from the outside of my car, but I couldn't find a gas leak didn't think much about it.
Lordstown Assembly Plant in northeastern Ohio, where the Cobalt was made. I think that's stupid because no matter what state it's in a defective part is a defective part. Consumer seeks reimbursement from dealership for recall repairs. Before we get into the main causes of P0171, let's explore why this code matters. I have a 97 chevy truck witch requires 65 psi to start and 55 to run properly.
Mind you, the car has to be sold in in one of the 14 states, or just currently registered!!! The contact stated that the vehicle emitted a gasoline fuel odor. The following recall is due to extreme heat causing damage to the plastic fuel pump lines. The three versions included two engines and a third engine that was later called the Cobalt Sport. The engine had been introduced in a application for the 2007 , which includes the , , and. For those keeping track that is a realized fuel economy of 13.
The vehicle was not repaired. My truck had 55 psi and it ran fine i just had to get it running first. The vehicle was taken to a mechanic for diagnostic testing. The top of the pump assembly, and the side hose to the assembly cracked and broke. Archived from on August 27, 2012. The vehicle was taken to the independent mechanic for diagnostic testing, who replaced the fuel pump and the shift cylinder. Consumer writes in regards to malfunction of check engine light on instrument cluster and noticeable fuel odor recall notice.
You can see on the fuel tank how the leakage has run down the sides. The consumer notified Chevrolet and they denied there was a problem with the gas tank. I have a chevy cobalt 2006 lt bought used. Luckily, I caught this issue before a car fire occurred. The vehicle was not repaired. When checking a car at the lot, check for moisture under the front and trunk carpets; water leaks were not uncommon.