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  1. Coolant reservoir hoses

    Okay heres the DL, i had to drop the sub frame motor and trans to replace the trans sensors (07 2.2) well its been about 6 months cause we were in the middle of winter and what have you and i finally got everything put back together but now its overheating, theres two lines that feed to the...
  2. Overheating Issues

    Problems and Service
    I have a 2007 Chevy Cobalt LS 2.2L that is overheating. We had the engine built and the temp was getting high, at around 220-230. Took the engine back to the builders and got engine back. Engine started to shoot oil out exhaust. The builders didn't want nothing to do was the motor. So I found a...
  3. My First Project Car, Need Help!

    New Member Introductions
    New member looking for some help with my 2007 Chevy Cobalt, 2.2L Sedan. A few days ago the heater stopped blowing cold air. Minutes after that the coolant temp increased to 243 degrees Fahrenheit. The coolant system was then engaged and the fan kicked on. Well, I checked the coolant level and...
  4. Radiator Fan Not Coming on

    Problems and Service
    On an 06' LS 2.2L Ecotec... I recently replaced the radiator and after driving around a bit after that, I noticed the fan wasn't kicking on, even when the coolant temp got up into the 220s. The A/C also stopped blowing cold air. I checked to make sure it was plugged in all the way, all good...
  5. Burning Coolant Very Slow, a Problem?

    Problems and Service
    found a leak, exhaust smoke was normal.
  6. Check Engine

    Problems and Service
    my check engine came on, and my car is very hot, it went up to 207, and opened the hood to find there is no/low coolant in the tank, would this cause the engine light to come on?
  7. Leaky Coolant / Is Something Missing from My Engine Compartment?

    Problems and Service
    I found fluid is leaking from my car (2007 2.2 ecotec, 5spd manual) a few days ago, only when I turn, either direction. The fluid has the viscosity of water, it's not particularly oily. I assume it's coolant. I checked the undercarriage, which was dry as a bone. I checked the inside of the...
  8. How To: Replace Your Radiator

    Tools needed: A new Radiator (or at least one that isn't broken) New Radiator Hoses (if yours need to be replaced) Metric Sockets Metric Wrenches Drain Pan Coolant Trans Fluid (If you have an auto) So, you need to replace your radiator, but don't want to pay a shop lots of money to do it. I...