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About Chevrolet Aveo

Under the background of rising gas prices and tough financial times, Chevrolet Aveo was produced by a South Korean automobile manufacturer and a subsidiary of General Motors GM Korea Company (Daewoo) between 2002 to 2011 as a subcompact car. Originally introduced as Daewoo Kalos to replace the Daewoo Lanos, Kalos was marked under Chevrolet brand as Aveo. But after being manufactured for one generation, Chevrolet discontinued the Aveo and replaced it with the vastly superior Sonic due to uninspiring driving experience and subpar interior quality.
Chevrolet Aveo made its debut at the 2003 Chicago Auto Show in February as a 2004 model for the United States and Canadian markets. It came in as a 3-door or 5-door hatchback or a 4-door sedan called as Aveo5. Built based on the T200 platform, the Aveo T250 sedan was unveiled at the January 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show as a 2007 model and sales commenced in North America in August 2006. During its lifetime, Chevrolet Aveo was powered by a 1.6 L inline 4-cylinder engine rated at 103 horsepower and 107 pound-feet of torque, which was increased to 107 hp and 106 lb-ft of torque for 2009 while revised to 108 hp and 104 lb-ft of torque for 2010. But this engine always sent power through either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels.

Chevrolet Aveo Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

In fact, Chevrolet Aveo was the largest-selling subcompact in the United States and offered at low price, ample headroom and logical control layout, though it also had downsides such as mediocre acceleration, unrefined driving experience, subpar cabin quality and a sloppy gear shifter. Therefore, you should be alert about these common problems on it:
First, generally speaking, engine failure always ranks first among all the other issues on Chevrolet Aveo. I believe every driver knows exactly how serious the engine failure will be and how bad influence it could make to the overall quality of the vehicle. Therefore, the earlier you solve this issue, the less your Aveo will be affected. First of all, you should focus on these symptoms: rattling noises and smoke from the engine, visible signs of oil and coolant leakage, bubbles in the radiator, white milky oil, rough-running, misfiring, and stalling engine. Moreover, you will also notice a dramatic decrease in engine performance, power, acceleration and fuel economy. As soon as the Check Engine Light and Low Coolant Light come on, please inspect the Aveo cam gear, engine control module, oxygen sensor, oil pan, timing belt, exhaust manifold, timing cover and camshaft seal thoroughly.
Second, issues on transmission and suspension systems are also troublesome for Chevrolet Aveo drivers. In fact, these two issues even have some similar symptoms, for example, both of them are the reasons for clunking noises from underneath the vehicle. But suspension failure often also results in excessive vibration, unintentionally steering, uneven tire wear, loose steering wheel and poor handling, and the Aveo steering knuckle, shock absorber, wheel bearing, and sway bar bushing are often the culprits. As for transmission failure, once the transmission slips or surges, the vehicle could not accelerate properly or shift gears easily, and transmission becomes dirty, it is time for you to replace the Aveo torque converter, clutch fork and shift linkage boot.
However, never ignore the function of routine maintenance on vulnerable auto parts of your Chevrolet Aveo, as it could increase your vehicle's life expectancy effectively. Since your Aveo is assembled by so many different auto parts, you need to know what parts need routine maintenance. Generally, those parts that are made of fragile materials but always working under harsh conditions need to be maintained on a regular basis. Thus, Aveo electrical parts such as ignition lock assembly, neutral safety switch, vehicle speed sensor, ignition lock cylinder, window regulator, clutch master cylinder, clutch slave cylinder, door lock actuator, and mirror switch and other parts including tailgate latch, trunk latch, exhaust pipe, horn, antenna and seat belt should be on routine maintenance list.
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