I just bought used malibu 09 on 8/5/14...I drove it home from the dealership and drove fine. Got home and was goin to show my grandpa the car wouldn't start.it would turn over but not start

Asked by Aug 06, 2014 at 09:39 PM about the 2009 Chevrolet Malibu LT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

After we sat for a little bit it started right
up.today after driving about 100 miles my
svc tire light comes on and my car started
slowing down had to pull over. I tried to
start it again but wouldn't start. Again
would turn over but not start.waited a lil
while and it started right up...what would
make this happen

2 Answers

68,255

Go have the service tire light checked,if tire,s are good and inflated to proper pressure,it may just be a bad sensor doing this,your car computer is getting signal from tire sensor,and it don,t want you to drive it,it will kill the fire to your car,go have it checked.

25,745

Take it back to the dealer demand them to fix it, there is usually a 3 day return period on most used cars.

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