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How much does it typically cost to change the front and rear brake pads in my 2012 Chevy Malibu?
Will disconnecting the battery on my 2007 Chevy Cobalt reset the tcm? My transmission will not shift out of low 1. The car was just serviced with an oil change.
How do I add transmission fluid to my 2001 Chevy Tahoe?
I was at a chevy dealership and this is the price break down to replace an alternator and serpintine belt Alternator: $450.00 Serpintine Belt: $36.81 Labor: $236.00 Total $686.81 plus tax (not sure where he got this number but it obviously dose not add up) After looking online for typical alternator prices I didn't feel comfortable paying such a ...
The check engine light for my 2006 Chevy Cobalt is on and is solid. I had it tested and the code was P0121. The car will run smoothly until you attempt to make a stop. The engine will run really hard and the RPMs will skip around. Sometimes the car will shut off or will continue to run. This will happen when you take your foot off the gas. Also car ...
I changed out the starter wire on my 1992 Chevy pickup. Because the end on the hot post to the starter was loose from the wire. after I changed it out it would not fire properly. I have changed the rotor button module and distributor cap, the starter and solenoid look like brand new. it is wired properly on the distributor cap with 165 432 it fires Hot and ...
I need to replace or repair the rusted rack and pinion on my 2000 Chevy Malibu.

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