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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 07-31-2009, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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Hello to the Cobalt/Pontiac community

Well firstly I would like to say what a ''GREAT'' site this is /Greetings... Wow! have I learned a few interesting things about/for my Cobalt from this site... For instance Debadging lol.. Did this about 5 minutes ago...Thanks




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Welcome! Your sedan actually looks pretty good on those 20's! Give it a drop and it will look even better!



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20's..... not bad!! Welcome!!

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Welcome! Your sedan actually looks pretty good on those 20's! Give it a drop and it will look even better!
I really would like to drop my cobalt with the eibach springs, but a lot of people say will be a ruff ride ( already is with 20's n low pro tiresggggrrr..)... I can honestly say I drive my cobalt carelessly hitting bumps and sharp turns lmfao might have an effect with those springs or no idk really... What do you think? Should I get those springs..?
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welcome! glad you have found the site helpful!
Thanks! I've gotten a few interesting ideals for future mods thanks to yourcobalt.com Best site
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Does anyone know how I can stop the hood from rattling? When I turn the A/C on or in a complete stop I hear the hood rattle... maybe its the lock or the hood isn't down enough... any help?
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Does anyone know how I can stop the hood from rattling? When I turn the A/C on or in a complete stop I hear the hood rattle... maybe its the lock or the hood isn't down enough... any help?
never heard of that problem. id check all the bolts on the hood assembly to start. and check the latch for any obvious issues.
is it a ticking sound you can hear when the ac is on(lowest two settings is most noticeable)? because the ac ticking is a common problem with these cars.

as far as the springs, with that big of wheels id get the pro kit myself. my sportlines are kind of rough compared to stock, but my tires are only 7.5" wide.

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