The 455 is the vent solenoid. Original review: June 13, 2018 It is great, it runs well and it has a lot of space. The mechanic told me he had bad news, my engine was locked. We initially chose a Chevrolet because it was American-made and reasonably priced. There is a bulletin for these and the vent valve is installed in another spot. So things you need to check: Oil, is it at the correct level, of the correct viscosity and when was it changed last? Vacuum is consider negative pressure.
Chevy told me they couldn't and wouldn't fix it. Your actual range will vary based on several factors including temperature, terrain and driving conditions. The second problem could be addressed by verifying that the second fan is not coming on and whether or not the fan is receiving any power. If either of these ports develops a crack, fuel will leak from the area. He had an issue with his check engine light and had to fix it to get his tags. In late 2014, I started to have issues with the ignition switch.
When the light comes on, a 'Trouble code' is stored in memory. At 202,000 miles it is starting to burn oil. Is this something to worry about. So giving the rating not only as an owner, but also as a mechanic, I can say that the Cobalt is a pretty mechanically sound vehicle. Chevy now owes me big in my opinion. Car kicks when changing into next gear, shifts very hard from park to drive, power steering loss. It also had a longer wheelbase than its competitors, giving it increased balance and stability.
The following shows how the values compare: in H2O in Hg psi 1in H2O 0. It looks like a small cylindrical solenoid with the two-wire connector and vacuum lines attached to it. Install the original actuator with new O-rings. Regardless of how you approach it, you should get this fixed right away. This is the cause of the reduced power concern you are feeling. We have found our Cobalt to be safe and reliable. I still have it as my work car.
P0452 evap control pressure low, P0 446 evap vent contol circuit. I just paid my last payment today, after having paid on it for 5 years. The car ran great until the stereo went out late last year, now I have screwed up sensors and monitors that will cost an arm, a leg, and my first born to repair. So I got my wife a 2008 Chevy Cobalt and there was no major problems until now. But sometimes I wish I had leather seats instead of cloth because I have a dog that likes to ride and her hair is always on the seat. It happens randomly but when it does, the car is undriveable. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.
Next summer I will have to change the water pump, which by the way is the dumbest, stupidest, idiotic-est, criminal-est, way of designing a water pump. Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and distribution. Click here to see all Chevrolet vehicles'. The only real issue with it was one of the sensors would occasionally go out on it after about 30 minutes of driving. It runs great and I can always count on it starting for me everyday. My daughter, who goes to college in Florida, took the vehicle to Chevrolet dealer in Orlando.
Less than six months later the same problem showed up. The water pump is not easy to change, it is rather involved. Technician should turn off the ignition and cancel retained accessory power. I like the ride after replacing the struts and tires. First my power locks would lock and unlock all the time by themselves. I plan on getting 250K miles before buying another car.
The problem could be with another sensor, misfires, vacuum leak, fuel quality, etc. Just because a code is related to a particular sensor, does not mean that senor is faulty. It was in my price range. But the one that really has me frustrated is at 61000 I started getting a clunking noise from the front end. My car only has 59,800 miles on it and I don't know what is going to happen. Original review: March 13, 2017 Thankfully, I never had many problems with my Chevy Cobalt.