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What color are the ignition sense and crank wires on a 09 chevy cobalt

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SOURCE: determine hot wire color and location w/ignition on

yellow. you can splice into your factory wiring and work the same as if your ran one straight from the battery

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SOURCE: bypassing starter

the solenoid has 2 big cables one goes to the battery and the other to the starter.
the small wire that has a boot that pushes on to the screw is the control to close the solenoid.unless the solenoid is shorted,the starter should not run

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SOURCE: faulty chevy cobalt ignition

put a drop of engine oil down the barrel and work the key up and down a couple of times

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SOURCE: starter wont crank on a 2000 oldsmobile intrigue

Check your manual if you have it. I believe you need to have the key in the ignition in the ON position for about 10 minutes to reset the security system.

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SOURCE: why wont the key come out of the ignition? 2006 chevy cobalt.

My cobalt turns over but doesnt start up and i dont know whats wrong with it to get it fixed.

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