Having problems with your 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt ?

2006 chevy cobalt LS with the 2.2L.. Never had issue starting in the past. I came home on lunch, went to go back to work and when I turned the key I heard a loud "CLICK CLICK CLICK CLICK" for so long as I was holding down the key/clutch pedal. Once I released it (which was only a few seconds) I attempted to start the car again and it acted as though it had no battery power except for display lights on the dash and radio. I released it again and removed the key. When I reinserted the key the cloc

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-01-2019

Answers :

Sounds like you have a battery issue but could be the alternator wasnt charging it also last u drove and ran the battery down the best way to go is remove the battery from your trunk and take it into either a parts store or battery store and have them test it may take a while as they may have to charge it first to get a valid test so plan on dropping it off early in the day and returning a couple hours later if the battery tests ok after a full charge then reinstall it and should start with a full charge and then return to either your parts or battery store and they should be able to do a on car alternator test
Check connections and wiring at and around battery -alternator and check belt for tightness the click is relay/solenoid trying to engage starter if not enough juice wont start car== sounds more like dead battery problem which can be bad corroded connections/bad battery/or alternator going bad have battery-alternator - tested most auto stores offer this service for free if both good than have starter checked solenoid may be shorted or burnt
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