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This is a ridiculous problem that GM wouldn't help with, on top of the problems Cobalt is having with fuel pumps, ignition switches and transmissions, this isn't any better. The filler hose that connects to the gas tank is pouring out gas once the tank is over half full and GM doesn't even care, couldn't get any assistance from them or the dealership. Dealership did want to replace the gas tank and filler hose for about $1300 dollars, which average American can't afford to get done.
It's sad that the cars are getting more dangerous for the road by the day!
- Michael M.,
Sumter, SC, US