Gauges went haywire and now check engine light is on what's wrong?

Asked by Jul 03, 2010 at 06:39 PM about the Chevrolet Cobalt

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was driving my cobalt and it felt like it was shifting even though it is an automatic. So I
parked it and it has been fine...then today the gauges went crazy and the check engine light
is now on. I turned it off and then the gauges fixed themselves but the check engine light is
now on.. Any idea what it could be?

2 Answers

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you have to scan the computer to find out what is wrong. That would be the only way. Try to find someone with a code reader.

I have an electrical problemwithmine not on GM mechanic can figure it out they have hooked it up to a computer and still haven't figured it out it just keeps costing us money no one knows what's wrong

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