2011 LCF 550 with engine problems 011 Chevrolet Malibu with electrical and engine problems

FORD LCF 550 SERIES 2007 technical service bulletin was issued Feb 01, 2007.FORD LCF 550 SERIES 2007 had a failed ENGINE AND ENGINE COOLING ENGINE. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PROGRAM. ENGINE CRANKCASE VENTILLATION SYSTEM UPGRADE. FORD. urning the key to the on position the gauges would sometimes act if they lost power. When attempting to start the engine when the gauges were in this unpowered state, the starter would turn but the there would be no spark coming from the coil packs. I tested the lead and ground to the coil packs and the crankshaft position sensor. Since other components still have power (lights, radio, windows, etc.) the problem seems to be after the battery but before the coil pack which leads to the conclusion of it being something with the ignition switch or wires in between. No confirmed solution as of yet. More important to consumers are the changes to the interior and exterior. The Malibu is beautiful and has a modern, well-proportioned look. Although it’s built on the same chassis as the Impala, designers and engineers were able to lower the Malibu to give it a much sportier stance. The Malibu uses more high-strength steel and lighter undercarriage parts to help it shed pounds but enhance performance. The new roof design, which stretches farther back, helps provide ample headroom for adult passengers in the back and gives the Malibu a more distinct shape.

Source: http://www.motortrend.com/new_cars/04/chevrolet/malibu/

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