The module that controls just about everything on this model is hidden behind the glove compartment on the passenger side. The tiny hex-head screws that hold the lining in the glove compartment allow you to drop it out of the way and see the module (an aluminum box about 5" x 8" or so) mounted to the underside of the dash. Loosening the 3 or 4 (depending on the model) nuts will allow you to pull the module free and then disconnect the two connectors from the back. I found a replacement one at a local junkyard very reasonably priced. There is a information computer-chip that tells the module what model of Chevy the module is going into, so you have to remove a little panel on the side of the module and pull out the chip from your 'junk-yard' one and put in the one from your car's module. This can be done carefully with a pair of needle nose pliers if you are gentle with it. Put the 'junk-yard' module with your car's information chip in it back into your car and enjoy the ride!!!
how do you replace ignition switch on a 1992 Chevy cavalier 2.2 4 cylinder
i would like to remove the backseat from my 1992 chevy cavalier
the 3.1 liter v6 and the 4 cylinder both have sepentine belts
The directional flasher for a 1992 Chevy Cavalier is under the dash. It is mounted on the drivers side, beside of the steering column.
A 1992 and 1993 4 cylinder 2.2L (Vin 4) needs a 5245 spark plug with a gap of .045
if this is anything like my 96 cavalier engine, it should be the left most cylinder as you look down on the engine, probable firing order would be 1, 3, 2, 4     front of car
Do you have a picture of location of crankshaft position sensor for 1992 Chevy Cavalier 2.2L ohv engine?
That is referred to as "back dating" and it is illegal at the federal level.
No it will not
It is in the fuel tank.
The 1992 Chevrolet Corsica ignition module can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The ignition module will be on the drivers side of the firewall.
You can check your automatic transmission fluid in your 1992 Chevy Cavalier with the transmission dipstick. The dipstick will have marks that indicate whether it is full or low one quart.
Go to the auto zone for parts and instructions
yes it does and depending on the engine some have more then one
Knowing the firing order of a cars engine can help diagnose car problems. The firing order for a 1992 Chevy Cavalier is 1-2-3-4-5-6.
Its on the firewall side of engine between transmission and engine just below the ignition coil packs one of the wire connectors from ignition module go to crankshaft position sensor
its located at the rear of the engine (center) attached to the block
try your chev dealer and they should be free
In the center console, below the trap door.
Try the oxygen sensor and the coolant temperature sensor.
Usually in housing at engine end of upper radiator hose