Why does my Chevy Malibu say no start?

Why does my Chevy Malibu say no start?

The ignition switch may fail causing a no start condition. This is not generally a theft system (passlock) issue because the security light does not illuminate or flash. The average cost for a Chevrolet Malibu No Start Diagnosis is between $88 -$111.

Why does my Chevy Malibu make a loud buzzing noise?

A loud, deep, hollow resonate sound that could be the result of the your driveshaft spinning out of true due to its universal joins. When this happens waves are created which push up on your vehicle’s floorboard. *Buzz: Loose interior trim pieces can make it seem like there’s a fly buzzing around the cabin of your vehicle.

Is there a recall on a 1998 Chevy Malibu?

Owned 1998 Chevrolet Malibu and has had this problem since 1999. Have to wait 10-15 minutes before car will start. Is there a recall on this problem. We turn the key to on position and the gauges and lights do not come on and no sound from the fuel pump.

Why is there a bang coming from my Malibu?

Your Malibu attempting to tell you something’s just not right. Use this guide to help troubleshoot the source (s) of the noise (s) coming from your Malibu. *Bang: An abrupt sound, like a gun has been shot, is your vehicle backfiring. This could be a result of something causing a rich air-fuel mixture. Timing could also be a possible cause.

What to do if your Chevy Malibu won’t start?

YOU HAVE TO TURN YOUR KEY ON THE ON POSITION AND LET IT SIT UNTIL THE THEFT LIGHT GOES OFF (10-15 MIN) AND IT WILL START RIGHT UP 2002 Chevy Malibu 1 Owner – well maintained and then WHAM! After numerous times of a “no start” situation replaced battery.

Why does my GM car say no start no crank?

How to diagnose a no start no click on GM vehicle. If you have a late model GM vehicle and turn the key only to hear nothing, you’ll most likely think you have a dead battery—and you may. But a no start, no crank, no click condition can be far more involved than that.

When did I Buy my 2001 Chevy Malibu?

I bought my 2001 Malibu in January of 2015. The theft system light was on when I bought it and the gentleman selling it told me that he replaced the ignition when the light first came on because he was told that would fix the problem but it didn’t.

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