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Need to add transmission fluid to 2006 Cobalt LS Standard transmission

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SOURCE: How do I change transmission fluid in 2006 Chevy

jack the car up and remove the trans pan (12 bolts I think), inside you will find the filter replace it, after u finish refill with the exact same amount of fluid (about 3-4 quarts of Dexron 6 ATF) and then recheck hot, don't overfill...

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: where to put steering fluit in the cobalt ls 2006

There is no place. The Cobalt has an electric power steering system. There is a bad problem with this car. My nephew had problems and when checking found out that there are way too many problems with this system. The entire steering column assembly has to be replaced. There is no recall issued on this for the Cobalt, but I heard that there was a similar issue recall for the Malibu. Hope this helps. I feel your pain!!

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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SOURCE: where is my iat sensor for my 2006 chevy cobalt

sorry no pic, but it is very easy to find. it is on that air intake, the small two wire connector.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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SOURCE: WHERE DO I PUT TRANSMISSION FLUID ON THE 2006

You put it in the small tube that the transmission dip stick came out of. You'll need a small funnel and the PROPER fluid.

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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SOURCE: 2006 Cobalt LS Coupe Intermittent Starting Problem

sounds about right, probably is ignition switch, reason you don't get codes is because if power is'nt connecting to engine while problems occurs then ecm won't pick it up. you should have 2 ignition switches, (the lock cylinder and key switch, the other is the electrical, usually located under the dash, and commonly atttatched to the column close to the firewall, check connections first, it may just be a loose plug in connection

Posted on Sep 13, 2012

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