Q: Where is the kill switch located on 2007 chevy cobalt

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Cobalt will not turn over
My car has an automatic transmission.

There is not a kill switch on this vehicle unless it was put in aftermarket. If you cannot turn over you may have a problem with the passkey system that can cause a no start situation. The system would need to scanned and diagnosed to see if it is a key pass lock problem or another computer problem.

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