20 Most Recent 2006 Chevrolet Chevrolet Cobalt LT Questions & Answers


Compressed air? They probably aren't very expensive to replace.

2006 Chevrolet... | Answered on Jul 23, 2015


code p0446 refers to evaporative emission (EVAP) system-vent control-circuit malfunction===causes --wiring--EVAP canister purge valve--ECM
code p0455 refers to EVAP system-large leak detected===causes --hose connections--intake leak--EVAP canister---EVap canister purge valve
code p0172 refers to system too rich, bank 1===causes intake blocked---EVAP canister purge valve--fuel pressure ---EGR system---injector/s ---ECM
because the EVAP purge valve appears in all codes I would be inclined to change that unit first the run the fault codes again

2006 Chevrolet... | Answered on Jul 23, 2015


If you can raise your car up so that you can get underneath it and listen to the gas tank wherever it is located if you hear a buzzing sound that means your pump is working if not you probably need a new one

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered 2 days ago


You should have a tow bar on your car for a start. Use a fixed length bar attached to the front suspension or tow points of the towed car. Any thing else is illegal and will cause damage to the rear of your car. Best use a tow truck or a tilt tray truck as it is all covered by insurance that way

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 14, 2019


Right down the top center of the engine. To access them all, you need to remove the rubber air intake boot and plastic resonator that crosses over the top of the engine. The 2.8 liter is a 4-cylinder, so you’ll find 4 ignition coils underneath the air intake boot. You’ll need to unplug each ignition coil and then unbolt each coil. Once the ignition coils are removed (4 total), you’ll find one spark plug underneath each coil.

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 13, 2019


Depends on what engine you have. 1.4 has chain, 1.8 has belt. You can check the parts list to see the belt.

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 11, 2019


You have a coolant level sensor on the side of the coolant reservoir that sends a signal to the light. Sounds like yours either needs cleaned or changed.

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 10, 2019


If you had a factory or professional scan tool , check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes . Rather then guessing an replacing parts . What model chevy ? Silverado

Looking up an reading how it's suppose to work , checking code's , view wiring diagrams an checking electrical circuit's with a DVOM - digital volt ohmmeter . An finding out which transfer case it has .
Transfer Case - NVG 149-NP3
Transfer Case - NVG 246-NP8
Transfer Case - NVG 261-NP2
Transfer Case - NVG 263-NP1
The New Venture Gear model NVG 246 RPO NP8 transfer case is a two speed automatic, active, transfer case. The NVG 246 EAU provides 5 modes, Auto 4WD, 4HI, 4LO, 2HI and Neutral. The Auto 4WD position allows the capability of an active transfer case, which provides the benefits of on-demand torque biasing wet clutch and easy vehicle tuning through software calibrations. The software calibrations allow more features such as flexible adapt ready position and clutch preload torque levels. The technology allows for vehicle speed dependent clutch torque levels to enhance the performance of the system. For example, the system is calibrated to provide 0-5 ft lb of clutch torque during low speed, low engine torque operation, and predetermined higher torque for 40 km/h (25 mph) and greater. This prevents crow-hop and binding at low speeds and provides higher torque biases at higher vehicle speeds, in order to enhance stability.

The NVG 246 EAU transfer case features a 4 button shift control switch located on the instrument panel. When the ignition key is in the RUN position, the transfer case shift control module monitors the transfer case shift control switch to determine if the driver desires a new mode/range position. At a single press of the transfer case shift control switch, the lamp of the new desired position will begin flashing to inform the driver that the transfer case shift control module has received the request for a new mode/range position. The lamp will continue to flash until all shifting criteria has been met and the new mode/range position has been reached, or has been engaged. Once the new mode/range position is fully active, the switch indicator lamp for the new position will remain ON constantly.

The NVG 263 transfer case features a three button shift control switch located on the instrument panel. When the ignition is in the RUN position, the transfer case shift control module (TCCM) starts monitoring the transfer case shift control switch to determine if the driver desires a new mode/gear position. At a single press of the transfer case shift control switch, the lamp of the new desired position begins flashing to inform the driver that the TCCM has received the request for a new mode/gear position. The lamp continues to flash until all shifting criteria has been met and the new mode/gear position has been engaged. Once the new mode/gear position is fully active, the switch indicator for the new position remains ON constantly. In the event that the TCCM can not or will not complete the shift, the indicator returns to the previously selected position; this is a Transfer Case Shift Control Switch Indicator Flashes, then Returns to Previous Mode condition.

DTC B0790
DTC B2725
DTC C0306
DTC C0327
DTC C0359
DTC C0379
DTC C0550

DTC B0790
The neutral indicator circuit consists of an ignition 3 voltage circuit and a neutral indicator control circuit. When the neutral mode has been selected by the driver, current is supplied to the neutral indicator by the ignition 3 voltage circuit, traveling through the neutral indicator LED at which time the transfer case shift control module supplies the ground through the neutral indicator control circuit. This DTC detects an open, short to ground or a short to voltage.
DTC B2725
ircuit Description
The range/mode switch circuit consists of 4 modes. The transfer case shift control module supplies 5 volts to the switch through the 5 volt reference circuit. The current travel through the resistor of the currently active mode. The current is then returned to the transfer case shift control module through the switch signal circuit.
The transfer case shift control module constantly monitors this signal voltage to determine the condition of the mode switch circuit.
When each of the modes are selected they complete a circuit through their own specific resistor. The transfer case shift control module continuously monitors the switch input to determine whether the Neutral, 2HI, 4HI, or 4LO mode was selected by the driver.
A lot involved in these 4X4 systems , Your best bet ,take it to a qualified repair shop. You obviously have no idea on how this works , code setting capability ,how to test electrical circuits etc...

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 08, 2019


Not sure what the question is here, but rebuilt or new ones are available if you do an internet search. There is also a video on rebuilding one. Hope this helps.

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 08, 2019


A failed alternator would be the most common cause for a code 16
A complete charging system test should be performed before replacing the alternator. If the charging system checks out okay, the fault could be with the ECM power or ground circuits, or an internal fault.

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 05, 2019


There isn’t one it’s not a ford

Chevrolet Cars &... | Answered on May 04, 2019

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