Car dieing


Asked by Sep 08, 2014 at 07:52 PM about the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Lately i have been haveing several issues with my car. I had the Fuel pump changed. and
the the emissions cleaned now my car will randomly die. After 2 fuel pumps and the
ignition swiched changed it has worked great. but today it died again and acts like it is not
getting gas. any advise on what to do when ever i get it to a shop it works. even when i
have it towed in.

6 Answers


Sound,s like it,s a fuel problem,check that second fuel pump,if randomly doe,s it.

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We did the last time it occurred since the new pump was installed and it had the correct pressure

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It will only show bad pressure when it happen,s.Pump get,s hot quit,s,cool,s down,works, again.


What do you mean "had the emissions cleaned"?

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Fuel injectors


Ok, fuel injectors are not emmision control devices. Fuel Pump Relay? Fuel Injection Relay?

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