No, it has coil packs, there is no distributor.
Yes, a 1997 Chevy Cavalier does have a distributor cap. The distributor does not have points and a condenser. This part is one electronic unit.
Well yes and no. Both have a 2.2 four cylinder if I'm not mistaken, but I don't think the earlier Cavalier's have the EcoTec motor. And you should be able to get the engine from the '03 into the '97 with no problem.
You can swap the engine from your 1997 Cavalier 2.2 liter engine to your 2000 Chevy Cavalier. The wiring harness and motor mounts should be in exactly the same.
there is no distributor,there is a power pack that houses the coils under the cover that has 2.4 marked on it
It depends on what engine you have.
my car has 2
It could be that the distributor was not the problem. Need to know what the code is and what engine you have.
Yes it does.
yep its the same size engine bay as long as you got motor and transmission ur good
A 1997 Chevy Cavalier uses a standard 50/50 mix of antifreeze coolant and water. This keeps the engine from overheating and from freezing in the winter.