So nobody knows what P0833 is?
I believe its on the driver's side side on the b***om of the cylinder head to the right of the turbo when looking at the engine from the front of the car. I'll send you an email with a picture of the sensor. The file size is too large for me to post.And I assume you're asking me to check is by the exhaust? Where is it exactly and how do I get to it?
Gm does not list a p0833 for the t/c cobalt. Is yours s/c? Gm lists a p0833 as a clutch pedal position sensor fault for 05-07 cobalts. If yours is s/c then the email i sent you with the cam sensor may be wrong. Let me knowSo nobody knows what P0833 is?
Now do you understand why I was asking what kind of car it was for? Turbo, S/C, NA. They all come with an SS badge.What do you mean what kind of car?
Don't know if it was wheel hop or a dead hook that got him, but they both result in lots of damage.then its wheel hop, get a front lower control arm (rear) bushing
I have the same issues, but the tapping you hear is just a valve for the evap canister. I didn't notice it on mine for a while when I got it but I can assure you that it has always done it. It's normal. Any luck with the cpp?I have a 07 cobalt 2.2 I think, I moved up to the pnw, and while towing my car and moving went down some back woods ass area in NM. I changed my battery and the car started idling high and couldn't get it to go down, also in neutral rolling backwards out the drive way the Rpms would go up,I changed the throttle body, now I'm getting p0833 circuit b,I changed the cpp and it went away but came back, I've adjusted and everything, also side note after my card warms up I hear a tapping like some one is tapping my trunk 3 times and that's new, is there a fuse for the cpp
P is powertrain 0 means it's a generic part not a GM part 8 means it's a transmission part final 2 character 33 should be the exact fault. But you'll have to look codes up online or something. Cause I haven't written down that info..lol only the first 3 so I can get a idea of issue going on with car.Ok here are the codes:
P0013 and P0014 were coming up twice so there you go.