49 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2011 Chevrolet Malibu. 5 of these members (10.2%) have reported electrical repairs for their car. A total of 12 electrical repairs to 2011 Chevrolet Malibus--an average of 0.2 per vehicle--have been reported.
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2011 Chevrolet Malibu 4dr Sedan
169-horsepower 2.4L I4 6-speed shiftable automatic FWD
|19000 mi||Had check air bag light come on. As directed by manual, took vehicle to dealer. Vehicle is under warranty thru 2/28. Dealer diagnosed problem as bad sensor in passenger front seat requiring replacement. Vehicle was in shop for 6-7 hours .|
|13000||HVAC Blower motor, resistor and fuse for blower.|
|33000||Seat belt sensor harness need to be replaced. Threw an air bag disabled code on the dash|
|37000||Airbag sensor plug needed to be reset. Threw another airbag code.|
|21000||Key FOB was not opening trunk. Dealer replaced under warranty.|
|6000||Temperature actuator switches back and forth steadily at max temp setting. Problem may be with the air door not opening properly. Seems to stop when duct or air door is hot (after running blower on high for awhile).|
|13000||US $50||Problem with power seats. Key problem - kicked out an error code. Car failed to start because key & anti-theft system failed. Temperature door/damper actuator was bad, noisy, would hunt for the proper position (hit a spot where it would go back and forth or chatter).|
|19000||Starting to have problems with anti-theft system again. Went to dealer to check for error codes. There was an error for not reading the key properly. Haven't had problem since new keys in Oct. Will try spare key & see if problem goes away.|
|21000||Still having problems with the anti-theft/security system. Had keys replaced about 10 months ago, but problem hasn't gone away. The dealer is replacing the Theft Deterrent Module. Cabling looked ok, hopefully the new module will fix it.|