94 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. 13 of these members
(13.8%) have reported engine repairs for their car.
A total of 27 engine repairs to 2007 Chevrolet Cobalts--an average of 0.3 per
vehicle--have been reported.
throttle position sensor voltage check failure... CEL and ENG PWR REDUCED DIC indicator.
got the car stuck on the side of a driveway. In the process of extracting the car, the wheels spun and translated excessive shockload to the converter & shattered catalytic converter innards. Ordered parts & replaced. 2nd occurence of this.
Major leak in exhaust flex pipe. Covered under emissions warranty because flex pipe is part of catalytic converter.
One of many unsuccessful trips to shop for stalling problem. Dealership put water in tank. Sent to another dealership for repairs. Bumper and drivers door damaged at dealership.
Engine light came on. Took it to the dealership and they cleared the eng light. The catalytic convertor was bad. Ordered the parts. And it was repaired about a week later when the parts finally came in. So far for stalling problem have also replaced fuel filter twice, done a fuel injection cleaning twice, and replaced the fuel tank. Will go back when they figure out what to do next.
The engine light came on again. The converter was bad again. Parts ordered and replaced again. Still having engine problems.
Engine tries to stall out while going on a long R turn trying to get on the expressway. Fuel tank replaced. Fuel induction done. Still having the same problem. Contacted customer service and dealer contacted Chevy to what to do next...
Crank Angle Sensor leading to CEL and Tach failure. Crank Angle Sensor resulting in CEL and Tach failure.