Not running on all cylinders?.
Check spark plugs and wires, perhaps do a compression check
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The expected fuel economy on a manual transmission 1995 ChevyCavalier is an average of 26 miles per gallon. In the city, you canexpect 22 miles per gallon, while averaging 33 miles per gallon onthe highway.
Caution: On models with a Delco Loc 2 or Theftlock audio system be sure the lockout feature is turned off before proceeding.
Disable the airbag system .
Remove the tilt lever if equipped .
Remove the upper and lower steering column covers .
Ignition Switch .
Remove the ignition switch retaining...
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.
\nUnder the motor running parallel to the front axle. It is round about the size of a small coffee can.
YES!!! The pistons WILL contact the valves and destroy the engine if the timing is not correct.
If you have a threaded cap on your coolant reservoir that is your " radiator cap "
The oil light will come on when the oil pressure sensor reads that the expected oil pressure is not being reached. This can happen from a few different things: low oil in the engine, dirty/clogged filter, or a faulty sensor. Either way, it is recommended that you get it looked at immediately so...
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 1997 and 1999 Chevy Cavalier transmissions are exactly thesame. The transmissions, transmission linkage, and transmissionmounts are identical.
Remove the inside door panel of your Chevy Cavalier. Remove thedrivers side mirror wiring harness, if the mirror is electric.Remove the drivers side mirror retaining bolts. Reverse the processto install the new drivers side mirror.
A car without a reverse or neutral gear needs a transmissionoverhaul. It is possibly due to improper fluid levels, or brokengears inside the transmission itself.
The fuel guage sender is basically a big variable resistor, im not sure off the top of my head if a high resistance equates to a full tank or vicea-versa. Check the 12v feed to the sender in the tank (under the back seats next to the fuel pump feed). you should have 12v going in and a...
Speedometers are not allowed by law to under-read, but are allowed to over-read by no more than 10%. So at a true 30mph, they can legally read anything between 30mph and 33mph. Because they read the speed via a sensor in the transmission, not the true speed of the vehicle across the ground, they...
For all engines, the crankshaft alignment is the same, there is a small semicircular mark on the crankshaft pulley. That should line up with the triangular mark on the front cover.\n.
\nFor the DOHC 1.6L, the marks on the cam sprockets should point towards each other, and be aligned with...
the ignition lock cylinder is located on the upper right side of the steering column.the ignition switch is inaccessable unless the steering column is lowered.so the column must be lowered carefully and supported to prevent damage. remove lock cylinder-(note:pull actuating rod for switch up until a...
Mounted on the firewall directly behind the brake master cylinder reservoir.\n.
\nUNDER WINDSHIELD WIPER COWL COVER\n.
\nremove the wiper arms\nremove the windshield wiper cowl cover\ndisconnect the eletrical connector from the wiper motor and remove the motor\nremove the wiper motor retsining bolts...
guaranteed make sure to have it resurfaced and pressure checked for cracks just went through one and ended up with a new head very common
I had a fairly long answer but the page froze-up. So now I will just say 600-700. I have three z24's and two more in the family.They all idle close to 650 rpm's.
the firing order is 1342 hope this helps you
Spark plugs are always either located on top of valve cover or front or back of cylinder head. Always use the correct tooling which is a spark plug socket which has a rubber seeling in the inside to hold the spark plug while removing and protecting the plug from breaking. Its good to get the...
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...
There are two parts to this. the Temp sensor is just under the air intake. one clip that has two wires on it. You will need a deep well socket. I think a 3/4 will do it. You might have to remove the air breather to see it as it's very deep under the air intake. Now there is also a "temp switch" it's...
there should be a drain plug on the bottom or side near the bottom. and a little dip stick near an electrical plug on top. it is white and flips up to release.
This is not an old truck...You'll have to use the same type engine. 1995-01 GM 2.4 (Quad 4 type)....... UNLESS you want to scratch your head alot and change it over to the 2.2L which would be cool. Get your hands on a doner car because you will need some parts from it! Might as well get one that has...
Detach the screw that attaches the heater duct on a Chevy Cavalierand remove the heater core. Once this is done you can replace thefaulty heater core with a functional one.
The firing order for the 2.8 v6 engine is 1-2-3-4-5-6 it is caste right on the front cylinder head
you don't. ac systems are filled with a chemical called R-12. if you breathe or swallow it you will die. take it to a trained service tech. pls. Push down on the tensioner and remove the serpentine belt. From underneath, remove the electrical connector with a pair of needle nose pliers etc. Remove...
There are 3 screws holding the headlight assembly/lens in place: .
2 are readily identifiable at each end of the front-top of the lens .
The 3rd is set towards the back and lower. Remove those 3 and the whole lens comes out for easy bulb replacement. By the way, this is detailed and ...
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...
timeing is off,no spark(power to the plugs but not threw them),cracked distrib.cap.bad stator in distrib..
It is highly recommended that starting fluid (ether) never be used in throtle body gasoline engines unless one is very highly quaified in engine maintenance proceedures....
Look down at the hood latch in the center of the car under the hood and its to the right, its a little black box mounted on the cross member with wires going to the starter. Also bring it in to the parts store for a replacement because they will tell you that there isn't one on it.
\nFuse, or fuel pump relay..
\ncheck to see if power is reaching the fuel pump conecter just be for it goes into the tank if no power check the relay and the fuese if good check for spark if no spark try the crank shaft sensor and cam shaft senor it may have a low oil shout off...
\ntry the driver side fender or the fuse panel under the hood
Have someone check your fuel pump pressure,if you lose fuel pressure while driving,and then it comes back that would explain why it seems to start by itself.
A 1/2 inch ratchet should do the trick.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructions
Two wire sensor on right front of intake.
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...
Disconnect the - battery terminal.
Raise and support vehicle if necessary.
remove wiring from top of starter.
Remove mounting bolts.
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"...
Check for a defective door switch that has become ground against body.
or headlight switch
Sounds like a bad relay
At the top of each of the wheel cylinders
\nit is on the bottom left side of the trunk must take entire panal to see it
\nthey're 6 3/4
need to know which engine you have
it is right underneath the water pump were it conectes to the bock, there should be a flat pipe that goes under youroil pan that leads to it
Thermostat not opening correctly, low coolant level, poor coolant flow (i.e. clogged radiator), head gasket, radiator cooling fan not operating correctly, if it is boiling over,posible weak radiator cap.
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).
check to be sure you are getting power to the swith itself. If you are, check to be sure power is getting to the motor when the switch is pushed. If you are getting power to the motor and it is not working. 1st check for a good ground, next repalce the motor..
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...
\ni have the same problem on my 98. It sounds to me like the viscous clutch pack is sticking. Try driving around in figure 8's for about 15 minutes and see if that helps and if there is snow were you are do some power donuts in both directions and it should loosen up.Subaru said that you...
remove cluster fuse to reset cluster....if still not working properly replace cluster
easiest thing to do is go to your local walmart and buy an adapter for under 10.00 dollars and it will clip right in with minimal taping (all colors will be the same if not a shade different real easy to do just did it yesterday....good luck
You can fit 3.8 but the biggest but still a really easy swap is the 3.4
Check your tires. The tread should wear evenly. The steering wheelshould not "pull to one side or the other." If either of these isnot correct then an alignment is needed.
At the bottom of the knob where it meets the shaft, on the side towards the dash, there is a pin which is shaped like a staple. Use a small screwdriver to pry the pin out towards the dash, then pull the knob up while twisting it slightly back and forth.
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
haynes auto manual, found at like an autozone or murrays..
they should interchange check all the electric hook ups on the transmission to make sure the match some of the newer ones are computer controled but 95 should not have this. NO, The trany mount is different
Unhook the cable from the Cavaliers battery. Find the opposite endof the cable and pull it out. Fit the new cable in following theold cables route. Connect the non battery end of the cable, thenhook to the battery.
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.
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.
Under the hood and on the ground,in the front floor board and wait a minuet or two,the rest of it should land soon...
well according to autozones website, no. they are different part numbers from 89 to 94 in both four and six cylinder engines
First pop your hood. After you raise the hood, and your looking at the front headlights. Directly above the headlights. In each corner of the headlight is a screw. remove that screw and pull the signal light right out. turn it over to replace old bulb. Once your done reinstall turn signal. Then...
First you will need to remove the steering column cover which will expose the ignition switch. Remove the connector and the three bolts holding it on. Pull the switch out and replace.
No, the v-tec system should not cause a no-start, especially the actuator solenoid. The V-tec system merely changes the way the valves operate either max lift, duration or advance (i'm not too familiar with honda's system) but a bad solenoid would either cause the "change" to always be...
BAB BLINKER .
try replacing the blinker under the dash that little box that makes the blinker sound
try unplugging battery for about 5 minutes and make sure the gas cap is on all the way
Try to start car,it will stall out. Leave the key on for 10 mins. until the light stays solid. Turn the key off. Start the car.
Pop the hood. Now look down at the turn signal lense from directly above the lense. You will see two screws that are holding the lense in place. Remove those screws and then just pull on the lense. Once out change the bulb with a 2057NA bulb then reassemble.
All you need is a paint can opener. Under the window crank there is a horseshoe shaped pin and you just need to snag it and pull it out. Put down the window first and do the above. Then after romoving all the screws in the door panel lift up on it until it pops off.
You should have someone look at your master cylinder,sounds like the diaphragm has a hole in it.
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...
\nClutch,if this has a standard shift.
\nthey had a problem with the differential stripping, hopefully not the problem but it is common..
\nCheck your fluid level. If the car gets out of drive and the car can be pushed your link...
unfortunately, yes you do.
Serpentine belts labels are being remove from cars and trucks by quick oil change company's. Like Jiffy lube
\nIf you have a manual transmission, the shift knob should just unscrew off. If you have an automatic transmission, use a small (T5, I believe) Torx screwdriver and remove the small screw from the left-hand side of the shift knob, below the TCS button. Once that is removed, just carefully...
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...
Check your fuel cap or gas tank for leaks, or maybe the gas lines.
You must first pull the steering wheel and horn assembly then you will see a lock plate that is spring loaded you must remove the clip that holds this in place once you have removed this in the colum you will see a bolt on the left side located close to the switch remove the bolt and pull the switch...
Check coolant level in radiator.
Check to see if it is "airbound" Remove heater hose to see if there is fluid running through it.
I had a 89 Chevy Corsica that was doing the same thing. I replaced the ECM (Electronic Control Module) and it solved my problem. Your ECM controls your cooling fan by supplying a ground to the cooling fan relay. Something in your ECM has gone bad and it must be replaced. Good luck! You may have a...
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.
to the left of the wiper motor, a vacum hose and electrical connections are attacted to it
\nsupport you engine from below, you will have to remove the coolent reservior, it only has one 10 mm bolt holding it down and it will just pull up. I dont disconnet the reservior lines, however it woudl be a suggestion to disconnect the electrical connector. Then its really simple to do...
try sticking left stick behind steering wheel up
Pry off the cover for the wiper arm nuts unscrew the nuts and remove both wiper arms .
disconnect the windshield washer line remove the single retaining screw release the five push-in retainers and remove the cowl cover .
Unplug the electrical connector from the windshield wiper motor .
\nSalvage yard would be an inexpensive choice.
there isent one, there is a little red cap on top of the trans have fun
There isn't one.
Bank 1 Sensor 2 is located on the Right Hand Bank - After the catalytic converter. Meaning its on the bank closest to the firewall and after the catalytic converter. Call any Mitsubishi dealer and they will tell you where its @.