I had the same problem, it was the resistor for the blower motor. It is located under the dash on the passenger side, between the blower motor and the fire wall. Note, it is held in by 2 screws, the one between the resistor & the fire wall is very hard to get out, you need a flexible 7/32 nut driver to do it. If you do get it out, don't put it back in, seems to hold fine with just the one screw.
2004 chevy cavalier is idling to high
Hi my 2005 chevy cavalier is idleing just a little bit high for example (80km) the RPMS a are (2200) how can i adjust it myself?
You have a bad blower motor resister.........
it could be your fan motor is going to go
Replace the high speed relay.
It begins at the compressor outlet and ends at the inlet of the Fixed Orifice Tube.
Check for vacuum leak or faulty EGR valve.
Trouble code P0113 means: IAT Sensor Circuit High Input
Any high quality green type coolant would be acceptable for Chevrolet Cavalier. It should be mixed 50 percent with distilled water.
I would suspect the dimmer switch or "combination switch".
Check the resistor if it only works on high Check the resistor if it only works on high Check the resistor if it only works on high
There is a bad ground in your headlight wiring i had the exact same problem with my 98 cavalier. Not sure which ground it is because there is a few of them.
With the stock filter box,,,Fram "Air-hog" are good, get them cheap on eBay
try replaceing the switch that controls the low to high for heater It's gonna be the blower motor resistor (near the blower motor).
South Carroll High School's motto is 'Once a Cavalier, Always A Cavalier'.
TRY CHECKING TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHT OUT. tHIS WILL CAUSE THE PROBLEM YOU HAVE.
P0118 means: Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit HighP0118 means: Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High
The connectors for that side of the vehicle may be damaged. There may also be a problem with the fuse going to the headlamp.
Trouble code P0118 means: Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input Replace the coolant temp sensor
Trouble code P0113 means: Intake Air Temperature Sensor 1 Circuit High Input Try replacing the IAT sensor
The blower motor resistor pack is defective. Replace it.
The blower head is wearing out. Same thing happened to my Chevy. Cost $284 for new part.
Yes, if you recharge it on the high side, you could blow up the can using to recharge it. So it is very important to use the low side.
You probably have a vacuum leak. Check intake manifold and throttle body gaskets as well as vacuum lines.
The TCC(Torque Converter Clutch) solenoid needs a replacement. Chevy Cavalier is also the Cadillac Cimarron. Replacement costs anywhere from $150 to as much as $500 if you can find the right mechanic with the right price. I got mine done for $150 in Chicago. GM dealer told me $600