07 chevy cobalt check engine codes
Was driving my 07 chevy cobalt when a price of
wood fell out of the car ahead of me and under my
car and broke the oil pan and a transmission mount.
Had both those fixed but now I'm getting multiple
check engine light codes listed below. Are the
codes legit or can there be a computer problem or
problem with the check engine light system. Also if
legit, what do the check engine lights point to be
fixed? What parts?
Check engine codes
P0916 camshaft sensors, P0030, heater control curcui bank one and two P0036 heater curcuit bank one and two P0053 HO2S Heater Resistance Bank 1 Sensor 1, P0054, Heater Resistance Bank 1 Sensor 2, P0102 MAF sensor P0300 Misfire P0443 Emission control
WOW, I find it hard to believe that a piece of wood under your car did all this, how long did you drive the car after the wood went under your car, I'm assuming you pulled right over ??? I can understand the P0016 car is out of oil can throw this code. The rest makes no sense to me, have you brought the car to the dealership and see if the codes could be cleared and drive the car again to see if the check engine light comes back on ???
Yea I pulled over as soon as it happened and I cleared the codes and they came back, can it just be check engine system broken or a wire somewhere disconnected causing all that? And are all those codes for stuff that are located under the car that got damaged?
Sounds like whomever did the repair didn't hook up the wiring correctly after the repair. Or possibly some wiring got damaged from the wood. I'd take it back to the repair facility and let them have a second look. HTH. -Jim
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