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 How to Drop the Oil Pan in a Chevy Cobalt?

Answer The oil pan holds oil from the vehicle when the engine is not in use, or holds extra oil as needed. A larger oil pan for performance purposes could be used in appropriate engines, but for most Chev... Read More »
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How to Customize a Chevy Cobalt?

The Chevy Cobalt (2004 to 2010) is available as a sedan or coupe in four trim levels: XFE, LS, LT and SS. When you purchase the car, you can customize it to add the specifications you want. You can... Read More »
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How to Replace the Fan in a Chevy Cobalt?

Your Chevy Cobalt has an electrical engine fan, meaning that it is powered by electricity from your alternator, not by a mechanical fan belt. An amateur can perform this repair in about an hour wit... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Chevy Cobalt?

When the tie rod becomes bent or damaged, it ill affect the steering of your Chevy Cobalt. When this happens, you'll notice that your car won't track straight, and won't improve after an alignment.... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Chevy Cobalt?

Too much play in the tie rod ends can effect the steering of your Chevy Cobalt, and not even an alignment will fix the situation. You need to remove the tie rod ends and replace them before alignin... Read More »
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