Question Answered: Drive cycle reset
June 05, 2015, 02:34 PM
overnight cold with 15-85% fuel level for evap
cat 1500-3000rpm 20-70mph when warm
egr about the same.
other monitors are continuous and run automaticly
Question Answered: How to repair replace a injector circuit open culynder 1
June 04, 2015, 05:11 PM
specific diagnosis would be required - as only having the code present does not tell if the open in the circuit is in the injector its self, the connector, or the wiring harness its self.
Question Answered: Check engine light up
May 21, 2015, 08:19 AM
Something in the Onboard Diagnostics is "unhappy" (something is operating out of stated range, causing a fault code to be generated)
-->Specific diagnosis would be required.
Question Answered: MIL came on with a code of P0304
April 10, 2015, 02:57 PM
Have it diagnosed at a competent shop. Coils(ignition), compression issues, fuel injectors can call cause misfire issues.
Question Answered: My battery gauge is fluctuating , if I run it without a/c it seems OK, but if I turn on a/c it goes down
February 19, 2015, 08:46 AM
Chevrolets are known for having a minor fluctuation in the electrical system. this is normal and ok typically. If the fluctuation is more than a "ripple", you may have an issue developing. Your issue may be an alternator going bad, battery loosing a cell (AAA battery tester is a capacitance tester, find someone with a carbon pile tester. the AAA tester does not actually cycle a load on the battery, it tests internal resistance.), A/c compressor going bad drawing too much current. It could also be the gauge going bad. have the operational voltage checked independently (externally)
Question Answered: Can you purchase an extended warranty after your warranty has expired?
February 02, 2015, 09:27 AM
The onstar system can be purchased for a monthly fee.
roadside assistance, your best bet may be to utilize the AAA - the service is fantastic and quick to boot.
Additional warranty coverage can be purchased from various sources (dealership, aftermarket companies, etc) - but is usually just break down coverage. Be wary and read ALL the fine print if you decide to pursue an extended warranty package (the use a lot of legal fine print to weasel out of covering various parts)