First off, Chevrolet only recommends a 50,000 replacement of the air filter element. That doesn't make them right but they did make the car.
Now, since the 2.2 and 2.4 use the same filter element, I can only assume that your 2.2 replacement is the same as my 2.4
1) Remove the lower clamp from the front rubber hose (air horn)
2) Pull up on the entire housing (gently but firmly ... don't yank it) and disengage it from the engine
3) loosen and remove the clamp to the flexible air intake hose on the right side of the engine (at the air cleaner side ince the hose goes through the wheel house)
4) With the air cleaner housing removed from the engine compartment, turm the housing over and remove the seven screws holding the lower part of the housing to the upper.
5) Remove and replace the filter element
6) Re-assemble in reverse order
turn the bulb clockwise until it pops out unclip it put in new one and twist it back in tadaaaaa!
22L (liters) is 5.81 US gallons.
97 chev cav fuel filter is located in under rear passenger side right by the wheel axle.
lr stands for long rifle(uses a bullet) I dont know where you got 22l from
The climate you live in determines what grade oil to use but in most cases a 5W-30 works fine. Check your drivers manual.
That is 6.063 US gallons.
The thermostat is on the water pump.(the left side in the front of the car) 2 screws to take out that's all
the t.p.s is right across from the throttle cable on the throttle body the when u find it u will see how to take it off
10-1000 USD depending on specifics.
Impossible to answer without more information
20-50 or so
No published sn data.
Ther is no egr valve on the 2.2 turbo engines. With FI and turbo, there was no need. Some of the earlier carb engines did have egr.
Can vary from 100-400 USD or so
It Evaporates itself
100 or so
Impossible to answer without knowing the model.
Rear of the engine block.
its the sensor in the tube going in to the throttle body from the air cleaner
It may not feed well, and will not operate a semi-auto.