unless you get a new radio installed, an FM modulator is your only option
The car should last you just about 150,000 miles without to many problems...
A 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier is very difficult to open without keys. In most cases, a locksmith is required. Even possessing a slim Jim is problematic because of the position of the lock in the door.
You take a file, and stick under neath the cassette as a lever and pull it out.
without removing the stereo you are limited to a cassette adapter or a wireless FM modulator. both will have very low/crappy sound quality. the next step up is a wired FM modulator.. you will have to intercept the antennae connection for this.. best place is behind the stereo but you can also get to it at the antennae itself.
An antenna isn't necessary. The video and sound are already on the cassette.
Sure, until the Feds or the state catches you. Modifying the emissions equipment on your vehicle can result in a serious fine.
Onto your computer? No.
YOU DONT EVEN TRY AS THE CAR HAS A 3/36 WARRANTY AND WILL BE REPAIRED FREE AT ANY CHEV DEALER. THIS IS NOT A JOB TO BE TAKEN ON BY SOMEONE WITHOUT EXPERANCE
There is a casette player through Sony that offers a automatic switch changer which automatically switch the cassette without you having to change them manually.
No, not without adaptors.
You failed to mention if it is automatic or standard shift. Also the engine size would be a great help. Without more information it will be impossible to give you an answer.
The hour and minute button in mine are the tiny buttons under the volume knob. The one on the left is the hour and the one on the right is the minute. Just hold it down for a second and it will change.
First you should pull the belt off of the pulleys and out of the engine bay. Next, remove the power steering mount without disconnecting it. Next, detach the alternator wires and remove the alternator bracket.
From 1990 to 1995 Boss Hoss' were only available without engines. You supplied your own.In 1996 the Chevrolet ZZ4 350 cubic inch [5.7 liter] block was the standard issue engine in the bikes. The ZZ4 block is a crate motor designed and built by Chevrolet that creates 355 standard horsepower to the crank at approximately 6000 RPM. The standard short block is primarily made of steel while the heads are aluminum.
You can remove the oil pan from your 2002 Chevy Cavalier, without removing the motor. The oil pan is held in place with retaining bolts.
No way of answering this without knowing what model Chevrolet you're referring to.
the standard computer model is not complete without a motherboard processor
I would start with a cool air intake. And prolly a cheap performance exhaust. That should make better mpg and a few more hp.
My 97 Cavalier is about 315000 k without much problems... minor maintenance and wear and still going well.
I am sorry but you do not without the proper equipment.
With or without your wife in the passenger seat?
14 feet without ground effects.
Not without modification