Car Problem Reports
Chevrolet Cobalt Check Engine Light and Misfire Due to Ignition Module/Coil Failure
Chevrolet Cobalt Problem
Average Mileage: 87,593 mi (43,000 mi - 165,000 mi)
Visitor, 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt, 72,000 mi
Car stalled, restarted, no power and kept stalling. Dealer did so-called "diagnostics" and said I needed new spark plugs, thermostat replaced and fuel induction service, cost $769. Took to an independent mechanic, changed plugs because I told them dealer said needed done. Problem persisted. Independent investigated further and found the problem. Cost $290
Visitor, 2009 Chevrolet Cobalt, 59,000 mi
The engine light would come on and go off all the time. Went in to get it fixed after Autozone guy thought if could be spark plugs but turned out to be engine coil. Just picked it up after getting fixed. You know with all the recalls and crap wrong with this car, I no wonder they quit making them. I am so ready to buy a Ford. This car is CRAP!!!!!!! What's worse is I gave up a perfectly never worked on Chevy Cavalier for this newer car. WHAT WAS I THINKING!!!!!????
Visitor, 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt, 77,000 mi
car misfires and lunges when you come to a stop especially in real cold weather
Visitor, 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt, 90,000 mi
My car did the same as all the others, stalled and misfired when slowing down and coming to a stop the first indication was that my head lights would dim and my car would have much less power then the stalling would begin, my check engine light never came on and the incidents seem to happen more frequently when it was colder outside but not always, my car definitely does not get the gas mileage that it should and seems to run with less power. Had my manifold cleaned out as they believed that it was clogged this improved the situation slightly as far as the stalling goes but I still have a car that is running powerless with crappy gas mileage and seems to be eating up oil but no leaks? Very dissapointed!
Visitor, 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt, 50,000 mi
replaced coil and module
Visitor, 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt, 100,457 mi
it starts to miss and ack like it is going to die. Then quits and comes back again.
Visitor, 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, 77,500 mi
The car wanted to stall while breaking for stops. I had a tune up one day. The same day it still wanted to stall after the tune up. Had it at BP their machine said it needed a mass air flow sensor. Same thing...wanted to stall. Went bk to BP then their machine said the lower mass air flow sensor...had it changed...same thing...wanted to stall...had the fuel filter changed...omg same thing...now the mechanic says it could be the coil pack...they're checking for one for a decent price....
Visitor, 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, 69,150 mi
I was told that I needed to have my engine rebuilt and the ECM rplaced. The car is still having electrical problems. Told I needed the TCM replaced, and still have the problems with the electrical system.
Visitor, 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, 165,000 mi
Replaced module/ coils
I have had multiple parts replaced,,TCM, Coil Pack, pollution thing. the list goes on. Now it is Coding misfire in number one and running extremely rough I am once again putting it in the garage on Monday to have the Camshaft pos sensor. I feel Chevy saw me coming. I have called and complained and like many others have been told that their is nothing they can do. They definitely don't care where their paychecks and their beachfront properties come from.