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2002 Chevrolet Malibu Questions

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trouble p0111 iat replaced Iat airfilter replaced tran,shift hard

I was driving came to a light & engine shut off tried to restart & the engine wouldn't fully turn over. Battery started to go low tired a jump still couldn't get engine to turn over. Was told it sounds like alternator went out. Any suggestions?

Car overheats frequently.

My car started jerking while excelerating and the check engine light came on.

Air conditioner and electric windows stop working at the same time and them start to work.

All the proper lub has been added to the aluminum calipers, back of pads, etc. The clicking noise is still there.

only the unlock when you stop to exit does not work

Smells like rotten eggs and idles very rough

The on/off switch for the air conditioning does not work. What is cost to replace

My car shakes really bad the faster I drive

Average Cost to Replace Water Pump in 2002 Chevy Malibu V6

diagnostic code came up as bad oxygen sensor or catalytic converter, it happened today and I smelled strong odor of gas and the gas mileage just started to be very poor but the car runs well and idles good but just did not start up qiute as easy after I went to the auto parts store when after he put the compter on it and gave me the diagnosis

wants to sputter when slow down, shakes severely

Check engine light is on and won't go out

2002 Malibu fault code PO741 caused car to fail inspection. Is this a costly repair. At same time also got a fault code of PO128 which has to do with coolant thermostat. What am I looking at as far as repairs are concerned.