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Asked by May 13, 2016 at 01:01 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Aveo Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

On Monday had my car repair done the Camshaft
Position CMP done and the Sensor 2 02 heater
performance done basically the oxygen sensors
repaired and done. Now as I dropped my daughter
off at preschool my car started to make funny
noises and started to stall and wouldn't want to
cruise anymore the check engine light came on
and oil change light came on and battery and the
hold button light came on and so I had to literally
press on the gas to move off the highway to pull to
the side with my hazardous lights on.

5 Answers

I know for sure need a oil change done and a alignment and denon for the AC done but was on my way to get all this done and now I am stranded on the side of the road.

660

Heather, the local parts store will hook a computer up to your vehicle free of charge an when you do that make sure you Write all the codes down the computer says. Then it will be much easier to trouble shoot your problem!

54,465

Get the battery and the charging system checked. I am wondering if the serpentine belt came off.

660

Like Bob said, OPen your hood an see if the belts are still Attached!

Best Answer Mark helpful

yes it was the timing belt broke off and praying and hoping that it didn't mess up the motor.

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