disconnect the the shifter cable from tranny and take out your center console lots of screws try not to break it and take the console off you have to pull some of you carpet back so you will have to do certain things to move the carpet so yea and there is a rubber grommet on your fire wall witch has two screws and two cables when you the screw off you have to run the cable you want out inside the car then under the carpet disconnect it from the shifter linkage and repeat to install disconnect the battery not needed but still always good to do
The shift cable on an 01 Chevy Cavalier is replaced by removing the retaining screws, removing the cable from the shifter, and pulling it from the vehicle. A new cable can then be locked into place and bolted down.
If the cable is broken you should replace it.
Is this a manual transmission? If so, this is a pretty common problem for these cars. Probably going to have to replace the shifter cable. About $50 at Advance.
Loosen the shifter cable not on each end of the shifter cable. The shifter cable will come off. Reverse the process to install the new shifter cable.
The 1997 Chevy Blazer shifter cable will have swivel nuts on each end of the cable. Connect the shifter cable and turn the swivel nuts to the right to install the shifter cable.
You don't , you replace the linkage cable from shifter to transmission
Dealer was just under $300 but broke again in 10 months; next repair down the street was just under $600 - 1999 Z24 conv
Disconnect the positive cable from your 2003 Chevy Cavalier battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
To change the shifter cable on a 1998 Oldsmobile Silhouette, first you need to disconnect the cable from the shifter, then disconnect it from the engine's control arm. Then replace it with the new cable and make sure it is functioning.
There is no cable, the speedo is run electronically.
That would be the shifter cable.
The shifter cable connects the shifter to the transmission.
The 1997 Chevrolet Lumina shifter cable is held in place with a swivel nut on each end of the cable. Loosen the swivel nuts and the cable will come off.
Unhook the cable from the Cavaliers battery. Find the opposite end of the cable and pull it out. Fit the new cable in following the old cables route. Connect the non battery end of the cable, then hook to the battery.
It just pops off... Use a screwdriver to pry it off.
To change the shift linkage in an 1998 automatic Chevy Cavalier the shift linkage needs to be removed from the transmission and pulled from the cabin. The job requires removing the floor console to access the cable. After doing the so the cable can be snaked from inside the cabin, the install is the reverse of the removal.
The easy way to open the hood manually on a 1998 Chevy Cavalier, when the cable is not working is to put the car on a hoist and use a long pole to trip the hood latch. Then lower the vehicle and open the hood the rest of the way. Replace or repair the cable for the hood latch before closing the hood.
its electronic, there is no cable
That particular part (shifter cable, including the bushings) has been discontinued. I tried finding the same piece for my cable and that's what Chevy told me. You'd have to either go to a scrap yard and find one from an old Lumina, or another car that uses the same cable part. Or replace the cable with something else that works.
you just have to disconnect the shifter, take the old wires out then re wire the new ones in there
It would be best to unbolt and remove the front seat, then disconnect the cable at the transmission and at the columm, pull up the floor pad and pull the cable thru the opening in the floor. Reverse for installation.
Remove the cover from your 1986 Chevy Cavalier radio. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out and remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable.
Could be your shifter cable has stretched and you need to replace it? On my 1995 Saturn SL2 I could not keep the shifter in 3rd gear. I replaced the tranny with one from the junkyard and the problem still persisted. I talked to Saturn and they said it was my shifter cable. I installed the shifter cable and the new tranny goes into 3rd gear without any problems. Please use this as an FYI. It was time consuming and expensive to replace the shifter cable, but a lot less expensive than the tranny. Hopefully it is something simpler for you.
You generally can't replace the guide without replacing the cable. If the transmission still shifts easily, you don't need to replace the cable immediately (as in, it is not an emergency) however you should plan to replace it as soon as you can. yes you do there is no getting around it, sorry
At the "Y" in the cables at the rear of the car