My 2006 2dr Chevy Cobalt LS. Gas power loss ..Feels like it's going to stall ..??what is the Cause ..

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Asked by Nov 28, 2015 at 01:35 AM about the 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2006 2 dr Chevy Cobalt Ls ..It
starts up but while running it feels like
it's going to stall. When I step on the
Gas pedal to accelerate the rpm ..
while gas gauge needle on rpm
reaches 4 it starts to shoot loss of gas
power. Also when car is in motion it
well go for abit them stall ...Will have
too restart again...  What is this
cause....HELP !!! IDEAS !!!PLEASE !!

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It's a bit tough to figure out what you're asking, but the first thing you should do is take it to an autoparts store or a shop and have the codes read. That will tell you a lot about what's going on and what might be wrong. Always do proper diagnosis first before you start replacing things. That will save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars, plus when you're done your car will actually be running again.

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