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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-03-2012, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Hey I have a question I thought i would check my fuse box today to see if all my fuses were good, because I have been getting a check engine light and noticed some of my fuses were missing is this normal? There are fuses in there for things I don't even have. Does anyone have any advice or maybe a diagram of the fuses that i should have in there for a base cobalt?
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All cobalts are going to have the same fuses, if you don't have the feature that the fuse says there's probably not a fuse there. The diagram is on the fuse box cover. If you have a CEL go to a auto store to get your codes checked and report back here and we can help!

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Thanks I actually just bought a code reader and should be receiving it in a few days!

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Man, now i have a serious problem checked my fuses and the car won't start now
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Did you pull out any fuses to check them? Probably did not re-install in right slot. Don't panic .



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Yeah i did pull some out to check them but my fuse box doesnt look quite like that, it turns over just doesn't start all the way
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try disconnecting the battery, let it sit a few mins, reconnect, key in ignition in on position (dont try to start the car) let it sit like that for 10-15 mins. car off, wait a few seconds, try to start.

you might have tripped the immobilizer
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do you have to have some sort of a security system for that?
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Didn't think the fuse blocks were different between 2005 and 2007 aside from DRL fuse.

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My guess is that you moved the injector fuse to wrong spot.

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My luck just keeps getting worse and worse now my battery died :/ i guess i will charge it tomorrow and see what happens
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Charge it over night that way it will be ready for you in the morning.

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