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Yes my baby has been just sitting there for about a year now and I haven't been able to get rid of her because I know it's nothing serious it's just something electrical that's probably a simple fix but I'm a girl and I don't know much about cars and so I don't know where to even start to fix it but I took very good care of her. She's an 07 cobalt and when I got her she came with paperwork showing regular oil changes and regular maintenance done ever since 07 when she was brand new! She worked perfectly fine the day before she just randomly went haywire. We got a new car because I didn't know where to begin with mine but now I'm going through a pretty bad breakup and he has left me and his son with no vehicle so now so I really need to get her running if you would help me that would be amazing
 

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First tell us what it is doing and what it’s not doing. Let us know if you have any technical skills and do you have any tools. Let us know how far away you are from a major automotive parts store…for tools/ diagnostics. The folks here are more than willing to get your cobalt purring…if there is still purr in your cobalt…
PS give a bit more detail on your cobalt,
Is your 07 cobalt auto or standard,
Does the engine turn over
how much fuel does the fuel gage register.
have you ever checked the battery or charged it…how old is the gas,

Answering These simple questions goes a long way for starts. Looking forward to your replies
 

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Been going on for me for little over a month. 2 occasions leaving my baby useless. Now we sit happily 86% of the way upon SOLVING the issue, not just putting another $1000 worth of bandaids in it. I’ve put a total of, eh. $12? Into this issue. And I’ll be damned if these results are better than a lot of cobalt owners who went to give up. With the combination of quick fixes of people on here, and 30 year certified GM mechanic (grandfather) we’ve damn near traced it. ANYONE!!!!!! In this same spot electronically, little or problematic. Reply on here, and we’ll get you as far as I’ve come in a day and a half with him and wire schematic. Me and my grandfather are out to save my LT, and help anyone else in the pursuit of saving their cobalts.
I have a 2006 cobalt and my blower stopped blowi.g ive replaced the blower and resistor and still nothing I know it's a short somewhere...help
 

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Check the blower motor ground and wires for melted connectors. Search the forum for ground location images and blower motor connector. $3.00 OEM fix from Mouser electronics.
 
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