where is thecarburetor in my 1991 Chevy caviler
The oil pressure switch will be loated behind your engine when looking at the car from the front. Itll be under the compartment holding your air filter towards the center of the engine itself.
Depending on the year, GM primarily used the oil pressure sending unit as the switch for the fuel pump. There is no reset button for a GM. There is also a fuel pump relay.
4L should do it .
Not running on all cylinders? Check spark plugs and wires, perhaps do a compression check
what size motor you have,its a 2.2.thanks brian
I have a 1994 Chevy Cavalier and the ABS light is flashing
Use a 6 inch c-clamp.
It has a timing chain that requires no maintenance.
There are several solenoids in that car. Need to know which one you are looking for.
a/c delco is the best
it does not switch between cng and gas all the switch does is changes the dash board fuel switch to show how much gas in in your tank when you are running on CNG
can i pull a chevy caviler motor 1998 2.2 4cylinder from the top or do i have to drop it from below
No, unless you want to install aftermarket free wheeling hubs on it.
Blower motor switch. Put it on High and it will blow when sitting still with the engine running.
Chevy does not use a reset switch.Chevy does not use a reset switch.
The Chevy Cruze is 'assembled' in the GM Assembly Plant in Lordstown, Ohio. This facility formerly produced the popular Caviler/Sunbird models.
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There is a switch for that. It is in the dash illumination brightness control switch.
GM. did not use a INERTIA switch.
dimmer switch wore out or you might just have running lights.
The lock/tumbler has to be in time with the ignition switch. I suspect it is not.
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