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post #21 of 96 (permalink) Old 10-20-2010, 05:18 PM Thread Starter
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post #22 of 96 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 11:52 AM
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how do I change the terminals in the connector for the MAF sensor. Not the sensor itself, just where the wires from the harness meet the connector.
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how do I change the terminals in the connector for the MAF sensor. Not the sensor itself, just where the wires from the harness meet the connector.
Do you need to change the connector entirely or just the pinouts?


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probably just the pinouts, but I'm going to order a new connector. $92 at the dealer, $52 at rockauto.com... amazing. so yeah, i need a how to for the connector and any help with a temporary fix of the pinouts.
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hmm I would like to see one for an 06 with SAI


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post #26 of 96 (permalink) Old 11-19-2010, 10:44 AM
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Can I get a copy of the 2007 manual :D
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I have the manuals for 2005, 2007, and 2009. Along with a listing of GM specific trouble codes.

If you need info or pictures I can try my best to find it through out the plethora of information.

If you do need info, please be specific about what you are in need of. Thanks!


do you have the 06 one... could could you possibly email it to me

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I have a p0017 code im trying to find the location of the camshaft positioning sensor.... i have a 06 ss/sc
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06 and 09 passenger occupancy seat sensor pin-outs

I added the seats and got the heated seats to work now i have the air bag light on all the time. I need the wiring for the 06 and 09 passenger occupancy sensor. I'm trying to install the sensor from the older seat as they are under the cushion. my 09 has the sensor on the top side. I mounted my heater over the sensor this is probably why i have the light..(seat thinks somebody is sitting there all the time) Would not be so bad but you have to buckle the pass seat belt even when nobody is there...drives the wife nuts!! i would love a copy if possible
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I am trying to work on my wife's 2007 cobalt ss 2.2L we think, that is mechanic, myself, fellow forum members, that it maybe the ignition control module. I bought the Hanes Service Manual for Chevy Cobalt up to 2007 model but the location that it describes of where the ignition control module is off - the Hanes Manual shows the ICM to be located on top of the engine block in front of the coil. There is nothing like that on my wive's car. I need some form of diagram or description of where the ICM module is located in a 2007 Cobalt SS 2.2L. A fellow forum member stated that this year and model cobalt does not have an ignition module - is that true. Thank you for your help. A picture or diagram will be great!
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Hi XFE,

Any info on how to remove the Signal/ headlight assembly switch on a 2007 Cobalt LS? I have been searching all over with no luck. Especially which panels and if the steering wheel removal is involved? If you can send a copy of the manual, I could look up myself.

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