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About Chevrolet Monte Carlo

Chevrolet Monte Carlo is a 2-door coupe manufactured by General Motors from 1970 to 1988 and from 1995 to 2007. The first Chevrolet Monte Carlo was unveiled in 1970 along with Pontiac Grand Prix. In its long life, it has received some recognition such as 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo was the Motor Trend Magazine's "Car of the Year" and it also captured several NASCAR Manufacturers Cup awards. It had seven generations in all.
The sixth generation Chevrolet Monte Carlo (1999-2005) went on sale in 2000. It offered three trim levels: LS, SS (LT) and SS Supercharged. These trim levels were powered by 3.4 L 180 hp LA1 V6 engine with 205 lb of torque (LS), 3.8 L 200 hp L36 V6 engine with 225 lb of torque (both LT and SS trim levels) and 3.8 L 240 hp L67 supercharged V6 engine with 280 lb of torque for SS Supercharged trim. Available transmissions were 4-speed automatic transmissions. The facelifted Chevrolet Monte Carlo was unveiled at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show marked the start of seventh generation (2005-2007). There were four trim leves available including the entry level LS, the mid-level LT, the upper level LTZ and the top of the line SS. Available powertrain included 3.5 L LZE V6 engine, 3.9 L LZ9 V6 engine and 5.3 L LS4 V8 engine still with 4-speed automatic transmission.

Chevrolet Monte Carlo Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As the accumulation of mileage, some problems on Chevrolet Monte Carlo started to emerge. According to the driving experience of Chevrolet Monte Carlo vehicle owners, these two are the most common problems:
First, suspension system problem. Chevrolet Monte Carlo vehicle owners complained that after they drove for a while, the indicator light or cable did not match the gear any more. Even it became difficult to remove the key from the ignition to turn off the vehicle. It is certain this problem was also followed by slow acceleration response, dirty or frayed cable and not working cruise control, gear mistakes. It is time to check the shift cable or throttle cable to determine the reason.
Second, cooling system issue. Cooling system plays an important part in vehicle operation. It prevents your Chevrolet Monte Carlo from overheating and decreasing lifespan. People said that they had to refill the coolant constantly, along with leaking coolant found on the vehicle. At the meanwhile, engine overheating happened. Once you find the similar symptoms, you can have an inspection on your intake gasket or coolant reservoir.
Some drivers are keen on checking vehicles by themselves and hood often is the first part to inspect. Actually, most problems do happen at here. If you find your hood closes on its own slowly or suddenly or it cannot stay up at all, you should check your hood latch first before you check it. Seat belt should be replaced every time if pretensioners are activated in the accident. Please remember they are very important for your life safety and never overlook them.
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