It depends on which engine your trying to swap. The 2.2L OHV engine will work in a 99 from a 2002 because it was the same engine. But if it's a Z24 model the 2.2L DOHC engine will not fit a 99 because the 99 used the old 2.4L Quad 4 in the Z24 models and some LS sedan models.
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The final year for the production of the Chevrolet Cavalier was 2005. Exact capacities will vary by model year and engine option. For model year 2005 the coolant capacity for the 2.2L 4-cylinder was 8.7 quarts.
The vacuum lines for a 2000 Cavalier are located all over the engine bay and under the dash. A break in any line can cause rough running.
About 2700 - 3100 lbs depending upon the model and year
To find out the year of your Chevy engine, locate the model number. The model number indicates the year the motor was made.
Depends on the model...
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The z24 model came with a 2.4L DOHC engine and uses a Air/Oil separator(no maintenance required)and does not have a PCV. The 2.2L OHV engine comes in the base model Cavalier and its on the top center of the valve cover at the back of the motor. There is a 1/2' black rubber hose going from the pcv under the plenum. It just pulls out. no tools required to replace it.
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I don't believe there is an idler pulley on that model, just a tensioner pulley
The type of engine depends on the year you are interested in. The latest model of the Chevy Kidiak comes with a Duramax V-8 engine.
To answer your question I need to know the year model of your Chevy Celebrity as well as the engine that it has in it.1996 chevy calavlier 2.2
z24 has the different wheels, its usually a 2 door. They both have the same 2.4L engine. If you fast forward to 2002, they made the z24 with 2.4L engine, but in the 2002-1/2 and up, they changed to the LS model, with 2.2 ecotec engine.
well that all depends on if you have a base model cavy with 15s, or a z24 with 16s
No.. the chip "so-to-speak" is integrated into the key lock cylinder.
I believe it was in the 1962 model year.
There is no information on the internet about what the special feature of the Chevy 305 engine is, in fact, the Chevy 305 and 350 are interchangeable, one is just an older model.
If you are installing the engine in an exact model that the engine is coming out of, the harness should not be needed. If there are any changes in model, sensors or anything else then the harnesses will not be interchangeable.
This is pretty much trivial and up to you and how much work you want to put into it. obviously any of the other base model cavalier engines in the same "generation" interchange easily ie: 2.2l l4 ohc, 2.4l dohc, possibly an Ecotec engine if you have a newer generation Cavalier. the truth is every engine requires some bit of customization with harnessing and wiring and such as long as you can fit the engine in the compartment and on an appropriate transaxle, so whatever engine you want you'll have to build around it with that engine's electronics, specs, etc ...
No model, no year, no engine size, sorry I can provide no answer with just Chevy to go on.
Completely depends on model. Most base models (LS and LT) have P190/65/15.
it depends on the year,model and size of engine