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Getting rid of a check engine light with my chevy cobalt @ 100mph (160kmh) 2.2L

This is a video that I have taken randomly on a bridge just for fun and the funny thing is that at the last second when i stop the video, just before that the check engine light disapear when im rolling at 100mph. I never knew what this check engine light was for but its funny to see how it disapeared. This cobalt is totally stock with the 145hp 2.2L engine.


 


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Chevy Cobalt Power Steering Recall Investigative Report on KPRC Channel 2 Houston
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Clear check engine light for less than 5 dollars
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What To Do When Your Check Engine Light Comes On from LSYE
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Buying a Used Car with Check Engine Light
This blog http://extreme-check-engine-light-codes.com/blog/ discusses buying a used car with check engine light which should help everyone. From time to time, people are urged to buy a used vehicle to save cost which sometimes ends in inheriting the problem of the previous owner. This video clearly show you some quick tips when buying a used car with check engine light in your dash panel. Doing this will not only save you money but the expensive cost of having a mechanic to go with you. However, this will not replaced a complete proper garage inspection and this used car buying tips with check engine light will only tell you whether to proceed in the sales process or not. So, when buying a used car with check engine light, always check if the check engine light will go out. If it stays on, it has an electrical problem which you need to fix later. And when doing your engine power test, always make sure to block the wheels for your safety.





B-roll of Troubleshooting & Resetting a Check Engine Light
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Resetting a Check Engine Light with your phone! (AKA Torque app for Android)
This is one of my favorite apps. Its called "Torque" and its for the Android platform. You have to have a bluetooth OBDII scanner (About 20-30$ on eBay) and this app will tell you EVERYTHING about your vehicle. Speed, RPMs, MPGs, Avd MPGs, Coolant Temp, Intake air temp, and probably 30 more. It also reads Check Engine codes, and you can reset the codes (Turn your check engine light off) with your phone. Mine is nothing serious, just an EGR code, I need to clean mine out. And sorry if the quality is bad, it was on my iPod Touch 4g with "HD Video Recording" lol





Chevy Impala Engine Light Coming On
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Sprinter Van check engine light comes on. This Mercedes Benz tells you what it is
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Top 5 Used Car Buying Secrets
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Chevrolet Cobalt Headlight Removal How-to
Decided to make a video to show how to remove the headlights on a Cobalt, since many people have problems trying to do this, especially for first timers. EDIT: Since a few people have commented that I don't describe how to change the actual bulb, I'll add it here. Once the headlight is out, disconnect the big blue plug that's plugged into the back of the bulb. Twist the big black ring thing counter clockwise until it becomes free. Remove it and the bulb will be free for removal. Install new bulb and installation is reverse of removal.





Synthetic Oil Basics
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