Car engine missing after hight speed...

Asked by Jun 16, 2017 at 01:28 PM about the 2009 Chevrolet Aveo LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have Chevrolet Aveo Uva 1.2 Petrol 2010 model.
my car having some issues like,
1. The engine stop when I press brake after high
speed of 90-100kmph.
2. Black smoke from exaust.
3. Sometimes taking long self to start engine.
pls help.....

3 Answers

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Sounds like it has some major issues... it may be worth selling it for something else. Those issues are serious enough to just take it to a mechanic for an inspection, very dangerous symptoms

Recently the mechanic changed its ring, piston, crank..... but still the black smoke from exaust is still there.....

70,815

The black smoke is a fuel issue. It's running too rich (too much gasoline). You need to address the fuel issue. HTH. -Jim

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