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I have been having so many problems with my car...to where I'm not able to drive it..

2004 Chevy Malibu classic 03 engine.has a new fuel filter cranks but won't turn over.its not the theft system either

My driver seat frame is broke

Started suddenly last week. Have not driven it since. No indicator lights came on. No ticks, knocks. Engine sounds good.

Will the pieces drop down in the oil pan

Ran codes said misfire6cyl so replaced everything to the cyl cel flashes once it warms up and now it's only takes 2 mins im stuck

I cant find where the oil is coming from, possibly the rear main seal. If I start and let idle it doesn't leak, only after driving it around the block it starts leaking like a sieve.

Bumped into something and lost paint. Repainting job is okay, but not great.

Do you really have to remove the entire front bumper?

I have had the tire removed and checked and there seems to be no apparent leak. I have to refill it every few weeks.

The fan does not seem to work well on the lower settings.

Sometimes there will be a constant or intermittent buzzing coming from wither the turn signal or the hazard light button. I just discovered that when I press on one area of the hazard button it will stop. There seems to be a little short in that area. is that possible?

I do not drive very much so the 3000 miles recommended does not occur quite a while?

My vehicle is not working and needs a new engine. Is it worth getting a rebuilt put in or should I just get a new car and get rid of the broken vehicle?

I have to manually pick up the trunk door. Its very heavy and don't know what made it break.

Noise comes and goes and I have never placed anything on the dashboard. Nothing there is rattling.

Today while driving my radio randomly froze. I could do nothing no matter what I pressed on the radio and/or the wheel would have no reaction.

The MPG is much lower than what I expected and was told it would be, how could I improve it?

My trunk will randomly open by itself. I know it isn't due to pressing the button on the key.

121,000 miles. New AC year and a half ago, new radiator, thermostat, hoses, all within 6 mo ago. I've spent about $2,000. Now it needs AC compressor or clutch ($978)! Is it time to trade in or worth the repairs at this point. I'm wanting to wait 5 years to buy a new car when I retire.

After I went over 2 speed bumps my car shut off and my local mechanic told me the info above. How much could this cost if the warranty is up?

is there someplace i can get more info on the recalls for my car specifically. Is that verified by the vin number of the car?

Car shut of driving down road replaced start got it started back rod was knocking irk on engine they would not warranty it what can I do

I have a 2012 Malibu worked just fine, hit a stump damaging the radiator and condenser. I had replaced the two but now It won't start. It cranks but doesn't start.

Driving as little as possible. Would there be any advantage to
flushing cooling system until we
actually get a solid answer and
make a decision as to repair or
replace?

dimmer switch works, headlights and park lights work, instrument panels work, windshield wipers work, the signals stopped all of sudden

the headlights work, tail lights work , dimmer switch works and instrument panel lights and windshield wipers work, signal lights quit all of a sudden

I've had the car since 10/2015 so this is the first summer I've had it and we havebeen in a bit of a heat wave to the A/C has been used a lot. Is this a normal part of the cooling system. The fan will stop after about a minute.

I replaced my rear hub assembly with Abs a few days ago. The car ride smooth and fine for two days and last night the engine cut off as I was driving down the road and the traction control and also the abs light came on. My car will not start right now but it has battery power. I tried to reset the battery, didn't work.

No lit icons, no error messages.

Engine running O.K.

Previous repair of leak at intake manifold done at approximately 60,000 miles (now 114,000) at
local GM dealer.