There should be a book or computer at most auto part stores.
No, the motor it self is different so are the connections to the alternator.
\n Answer \n. \nMy first step would be to check for a blown fuse.\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nThen the second step is to check the horn relay. It's on the drivers side under the dash, behind the fuse panel. You probably have to unscrew the plastic under dash panels under the steering column to...
sounds like an electrical issue. could be an ignition coil or ignition control module. It could also be an oil leak into the distributor. auto zone will hook them up to a computer and give you the diagnostic, likely is the oxygen sensor When my 94 was doing that, I replaced the distributor and...
Your question needs a little more clarification. As far as bolting it in....nothing. They are pretty much the same engine. Are you replacing a 2.8 with a 3.1 that has the same fuel delivery system? Are you using one with the same computer control generation?
The fan relay switch is a small box approximately 1 inch square. Ona 1990 Chevrolet Cavalier it is located under the hood on thedrivers side on the front side of strut tower behind the headlightmounted on the inner fender well. Try tracing the wires backwardsfrom the fan.
In electronics it is always advised to make sure that theelectronics are grounded. Grounding the wires gives an alternateroute for electricity to travel safely during a short.
Hey Aaron==It is a pretty big job but if you feel up to tackeling it get you a shop manual on your car. It will have pictures and everything. Good luck Joe Replacing the head gasket on any vehicle is a long and complicated process, however if you wish to see basic step-by-step instructions go to...
Hey Niki==It is possible but a very hard job requiring special jigs to hold the engine and a lift is nice. I wouldn't try it if I were you. You can get a shop manual on your car from the parts store if you care to see what all is required. GoodluckJoe
These are mounted on the front of the engine....down by the fan. You'll see all the plug wires running to them. There are 3 coils....each one firing to two cylinders. The coils are mounted to the Ignition Control Module. Easiest way is to pull the cooling fan, remove the 3 bolts (1 on bottom, two on...
It depends on what engine you have. Some don't have distributers. GoodluckJoe For the 1.8L & 2.0 L OHV Engines (For diagrams e-mail me: LanceRViolator@aol.com) You may wish to use a magnet attached to a extention bar to position the clamp on the stud. 11. Installation o fthe remaining components...
The belt tensioner for a 94 Cavalier is mounted on the front of theengine. The tensioner is spring loaded on an arm to keep the belttight.
By the book, and probably the easiest way is to pull the pins from the hinges. There's a small retaining clip that has to be removed, then knock the pins out. It's a pain...especially the bottom side. Very little room to work. The other way is to remove the interior kick panes to access the bolt...
Answer . It's located behind the engine. There should be two hoses going to it; one thin one, and one thick one.
It is mounted to the throttle body. Left hand side of it down fairly low. The easiest way to change it is to take off the air duct hose running from the air cleaner. Pull the two bolts that attach the throttle body to the plenum. As you are looking at it there is one on the left side bottom and the...
Answer . I have a '91 Cavalier 2.2L\n. \nMy flasher is located behind the fuse box to the left of the steering column.\nThe flasher is mounted against the firewall.
My car is a 1991 4 cyl 2.2L, the starter is locate at the front of the engine, near the oil dipstick. I have ramps so I would fit under the car, so I raised the front. Disconect the battery - if you car has one of those GM radios that requires a code to work, please check if you have it handy....
Answer . \noverdrive clutch in trans not unlocking on decelleration. Answer . \nBad Torque Converter Clutch solenoid. About $50 to replace at the local auto tranny shop.
Answer . \nDrain all of the coolant from the car\nRemove the stock airbox\nUnbolt the stock intake manifold from the head and unplug all sensors\nRemove the stock intake manifold from the engine bay\nUnbolt the stock exhaust manifold from the head\nUnder the car, unbolt any brackets that hold the...
Answer Turn the radio off first. Press the set button. Use the scan and seek buttons to set the hour and minute.
It is located on the top of the air conditioning compressor, facing the front of the vehicle. It will have a plastic cap covering it,there are two caps, one is the high port and the other is the low ,recharge port. Both plastic caps are the same so run your ac for a few minutes with your vehicle...
I have a '94 cavalier and the wiring for aftermarket CD stereo are as follows. The first color is the color of the wires on your car, and the second is the colors of the wires on your aftermarket stereo. Hope this helps! . Accessory 12 volt. (ignition):Yellow (on your car), red (on aftermarket...
Answer . \nyou maybe needing to replace your speed sensor. mine is doing the same thing and that is what is wrong with it
Answer . Not running on all cylinders?. Check spark plugs and wires, perhaps do a compression check
I personally have a 1993 cavalier RS four door 2.2L automatic. I have put almost ten thousand miles on it in the seven months that ive owned it. I have checked the mileage on several fill-ups, and i have averaged as high as 22 mpg, and as low as 17 mpg.
These are done in two steps. First step is 33 ft lbs. The second step is another 90 degrees. In this sequence: 6 2 3 7 5 1 4 8
the firing order is 1342 hope this helps you
Answer . I replaced mine about a month ago .. i have a 94 chev cavalier 5 speed...\nAs you can see its not exactly with the rest of the fuses.. but its not far from them.. it is located about 6 inches below the actual fuse box located there in the lower dash... actually you will need to remove the...
The module that controls just about everything on this model is hidden behind the glove compartment on the passenger side. The tiny hex-head screws that hold the lining in the glove compartment allow you to drop it out of the way and see the module (an aluminum box about 5" x 8" or so) mounted to...
Answer . \ntry the driver side fender or the fuse panel under the hood
how do you replace it...not easily... It cannot be replaced that easily, like a winscreen wiper....you should go to a car service how do you replace it...not easily... if anyone finds replacing a windscreen wiper that hard they have to pay dealer labour prices i wouldn't bother buying an...
Answer . Disconnect the - battery terminal. Raise and support vehicle if necessary. remove wiring from top of starter. Remove mounting bolts. Remove starter
you should be able to replace just the inner tie rod ends without replaceing the whole rack and pinion. Answer If the bushing has not gone away totally and you have not "wallered" out metal, a "moog" repair kit with bushings and sleeves should do the job. About $15.00 Be sure and ck the "outer"...
Answer . At the top of each of the wheel cylinders
need to know which engine you have
Open hood,take out the two gray looking screws that hold headlight on,they are on the top..Set the headlight out of the way,reach in behind the blinker,twist the bulb holder and pull it out,pull the little bulb strait out (dont twist the bulb).
The best way to figure out the stock wiring in a car is to get a volt meter or a hot wire indicator. Leave the car off and see if any of the wires has current going through it; that will be the memory, or constant wire so mark that one off as being so. Then turn the car on and search for the next...
Hey Roy== It is grounded through the steering box. If it has a rag universal joint there is supposed to be a ground wire to cross the joint. GoodluckJoe On a Cavalier, always check the ground wire going from battery negative to the plate under the battery. That connection gets dirty and fails, and...
You can fit 3.8 but the biggest but still a really easy swap is the 3.4
you would have to change the bumper and fenders on your sunfire to get the hood to fit but to start off u would have to change the front bumper clip to interchange bumpers
%REPLIES%. Answer . the fuel pump is in the tank \nand the relay is under the hood in a large fuse panel located most of the time on the driver side. Answer . The fuel pump is in the tank. You will have to remove the gas tank to replace the pump. Be sure to repalce the connector if you repalce...
Turn the ignion on, turn radio off. Press the "Set" button. Use the "seek" and "scan" buttons to set the time.
BAB BLINKER . try replacing the blinker under the dash that little box that makes the blinker sound
If all other lights work fine it could be the relay or a bad ground or a bad connection in the wiring. One of my z24's (1997) all other lights work fine but the problem was in the instrument panel cluster.I swapped out clusters and they worked just fine. Also, Check that the park brake is released...
1.disconect negative battety cable. 2.drain coolant 3.drain oil and remove filter 4.remove intake and exhaust manifolds 5.remove valve cover 6.remove timing chain 7.remove alternator 8.unbolt power steering pump and set it aside without disconecting hoses 9.label and detatch any remaing wiring or...
Answer . Check coolant level in radiator. Check to see if it is "airbound" Remove heater hose to see if there is fluid running through it. Bad thermostat
If your transmission is automatic it will have a 3T40 or THM-125C they are both the same transmissions just different names. Completely flushed the transmission will hold 10 quarts, if you just drop the pan and change the filter it is 4 quarts.
Answer . to the left of the wiper motor, a vacum hose and electrical connections are attacted to it
It is towards the front of the engine lower side between the starter and AC compressor. Sticks out about 2 inches from engine.
it is a small electric motor on the side of the throttle body
%DETAILS%. Answer . maybe a bad cam orn lobs on cams can cause that.
Answer . \nBefore you start replacing expen$ive parts, check the simple stuff: vaccum leaks, ignation wires, spark plugs, distribuitor cap and rotor ( if you have one ), make sure that all cylinders are firing, tire pressure and believe or not how much things you have in your trunk.
Answer . \nI believe you need a 16 mm wrench. It would be better to use a flair wrench to prevent stripping the fitting. In addition, sometimes the fitting is stuck to the fitting in the power steering pump. Loosening one will cause the other to turn also. Try using a product like liquid...
If you have a bad O2 sensor the check engine light would come on and set a code directing you to which one is bad. A code reading tool would be required to read the codes.
I have the same problem whit my Honda fourtrax 300 1992. I think that its related to the carburetor but I'm not sure though...
There are many possible reasons. You need to start by checking- 1. coolant level- If it is low, refill and recheck. There might be a coolant leak and you can get the system pressure checked, could be a blow head gasket. Coolant has a smell that is unique, if you smell something check for drip marks...
Check for a broken wire in one of the cluster of plugs on top of the left wheelwell. Have you checked the plug-in connection fo the crankshaft position sensor located behind the A/C Pwr. steering bracket? A new sensor costs about $150. A fault code would show up if it was bad.
The heater core and evaporator are in a box together underneath the center of the dashboard against the firewall. My service manual seems to indicate that they both must come out at the same time to access either. Presuming this is correct, here we go. Disconnect battery and wait half hour to...
Answer . use a15mm box wrench or the speical tool and pull up on the automatic tentcher pully NOTEthe way the belt runs
GO TO YOUR AUTO PARTS STORE AND BUY A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL FOR THE CAVALIER. IT HAS PICTURES AND DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS. PROCEDURE IS DIFFERENT FOR EACH TYPE OF ENGINE
Answer . \nReplacing the head gasket on any vehicle is a long and complicated\nprocess, however if you wish to see basic step-by-step instructions go\nto the related question on the right side of the page\n"How do you replace a head gasket?"
I work on a fleet of Crown Vicks and 2 possiblities I can think of is, #1, the signal switch (multifunction switch) is NG or, #2, the signal and flasher module is NG, located under dash above drivers right foot area.
Answer . It should be located under the hood, in a self-contained plastic area right next to the auxilary positive terminal midway up the hood on the far right side of the engine.
percent say cell A30 is 25 then =A30% would get you 0.25
If it's like my Citation: Turn ignition to the "unlocked" position, but not until ignition is o"on"--so steering wheel is free. Remove horn fuse. Unscrew horn. Remove nut to steering wheel. Use a clamp to hold the locking pawl down as you remove the c-clip. Then, put nut back on column a couple...
It everything was done correctly plus the controls are working then you will have an air pocket in the cooling system and you must bleed the system out to remove it..........
Remove distributor cap check for cracks check rotor Replace coil . see if the coil is sparking to the distributor cap
Answer . After the engine has cooled to a certain temp, it should shut off.\nIf it is running constantly, this is an indication the engine is overheating.
Answer . \ncould be the crank sencor on the side right of the engine block, next to the transmission. IT IS VERY HARD TO REACH AND REPLACE.
If you are talking about the flexfuel stuff then no, it is only meant for vehicles specifically designed for it, if you put it in your car you will ruin the fuel system and face costly repairs.
Answer . low side port is located on most cars at the accumulator at the fire wall (most cars not all)\nthe low side is the bigger of the 2 lines the high side is the smaller one. if the car takes 134 freon then you can buy a fill kit to add freon to the car and the hose will only fit the low side...
1994 was the change over year for GM. It is OBD 1.5. The previous years have a PROM chip in the ECM. There will be two small screws and when you take them out the panel comes off and allows access to the PROM. I am not 100% certain, but I think the 94 has to be programmed at the dealer. If you do...
almost all cooling fans run temp to help get engine warm up very quickly and may turn going the road on cold days to keep temp up in the engine
Pull the wheel, pull the caliper and the rotor comes right off. You may have to tap the back side of it to loosen it up.
Answer . \nLocation is in the passenger side inner fenderwell under a plastic cover that just unsnaps to expose ECM.. Answer . I just pulled one off a 1991 euro lumina and it was in a small black box (alittle bigger than a pack of cigarrets) under the steering column.
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Knowing the firing order of an engine can help diagnose problemswith the engine. The firing order of a Chevy 4.6 v6 is 1-6-5-4-3-2.
First hopefull you know how to take a tire off, next compress the caliper piston, the pads should be loose. Then there are two bolts that hold the top of the caliper on, remove them and take it up and out of the way, the pads will be able to pull loose, replace them the same as they were and put it...
Depending on how much you're loosing, it's probably a blown head gasket. If you are loosing coolant and have no leaks anywhere, that's about the only other place to look at. Not all head gaskets that blow leak water into the oil or overheat. Especially in the beginning. If you continue to drive it,...
On the 2.2 engine it is located on the lower raditar hose water pump side. just follow the lower radiator hose to where it connects to the motor, the metal tube it connects to has either 2 or 3 bolts holding it to the motor, simply remove these bolts, remove the housing that the hose hooks to, and...
First of all, if you've had any work done to the cooling system lately, or for some reason it has gotten extremely low and you've had to add a lot, you may just need to "bleed" the cooling system. There could be air pockets built up. Turn the heat lever to the hottest position, remove the radiator...
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Detailed information inside the haynes manual go to crappy tire *cough* Canadian tire and pick one up for $20 shows you detailed pictures as well as detailed instructions
Answer . Replacing a thermostat is a relatively easy task. If your temperature gauge is running way down on the low side and your heater isn't putting out much heat, it's time to replace the thermostat. Here is a description of how to change a thermostat. The exact location of your thermostat may...
Answer . The caliber needs replacing. Also I would suspect your brake system needs flushing. Replace all the old contaminated fluid with fresh brake fluid from an unopened can.
Answer . \nOpen the hood and look. If it has a serpentine belt there is a tensioner.
Miss out? I am not sure what you mean. If you are saying that it wont go into gear, or its throwing it out of gear, the transmission is going (A gear has shattered). If it is "missing" or miss-firing, it could be your plugs and wires. Those are the most common solutions to this.
this is something I would not recommend for the novice installer. The entire dash needs to be dropped down in order to access the heater box. there are many wire connectors, hoses and bolts that needs to be removed in order to do. if your serious about doing it, Id watch the job done on There are...
If we are talking about valve lifters, remove cylinder head and pushrods and lifters will be excessable.
You will get lower gas mileage. The tcc solenoid locks up the transmission to get better gas mileage at higher speeds. I suppose it will wear the transmission slightly faster as well, but the main effect is lower gas mileage.
2.2L Inline 4; or. 3.1L V 6
They were not use on that year. It don't have one.
Answer . \nRead your owner's manual. This information can be found there.. Answer . \n12 gal. i belive, not counting the filler neck. Answer . 15.2 GALLONS PER THE MANUAL
It is a part of a fuel system that injects fuel into the manifold or into the cylinder of an engine.
Answer . U have a blown head gasket,cracked cylinder head or cracked block..\nThe white smoke is from water getting into\nthe Exhaust system..
No. But if you mean do they have ABS, no.