The battery is behind the side close-out panel behind the passenger's seat. Open the passenger door and fold the seat back forward. Work your fingers under the edge of the closeout panel, starting at the bottom. The trick is to slide the panel forward and you have to get hold of it to do that. Once you have some fingers in there, pull the panel forward. You will find that it is retained by two spring steel clips that engage metal loops welded to the car's body. Watch where the top and bottom of the close-out panel are resting. When you put it back, get the top and bottom into the same "grooves' or else it won't fit. After doing this a time or two, it will become second nature. This arrangement works on the 90.5 (and perhaps all 1990s), through the end of Allante production in 1993. Prior to these clips, there was a lock arrangement on each close-out panel. Best you know how to do this also, because the emergency gas filler door release is behind the one on the driver's side, right along with the SDD computer and the relays that control the top latching motors (for the soft top). JCS
There are a couple; one is by the battery, under the hood, one is under the dashboard, remove the cover of the center console for access.
the battery is under the hood by the windshield on the passenger side,
Remove the lower panel from left fender .
Near the battery. It will have "DIAGNOSTIC" on the cover.
It is directly behind the battery. You have to remove a black plastic cover that is directly under the windshield to expose the relay. Thanks
remove seat. remove two bolts holding bracket on left side of battery tray remove top bolt visible after seat is removed in step 1 disconnect battery leads remove battery
The first step is to unhook the battery.
remove the ecu fuse for 30 seconds or the neg. battery strap for 30 sec or so. if you remove the battery strap all clock and radio presets will be lost.
disconnect the battery cables. find the battery clamp and remove it. Lift the battery out, then set then new one in place. Install the clamp, then connect the battery cables.
1st remove bracket above battery (3 bolts) then remove the washer fluid tankabove battery. You may have to remove air box to remove batt side post andlast, screw out the bolt holding down the battery below batt post. reverse actionwhen replacing battery..
located behind the battery under a black plastic cover
Start by locating the Positive terminal (usually the red one)... Disconnect it from the battery. Then do the same for the Negative terminal (the black one). Then there may be a small hex head bolt at the bottom the the battery, check for it and remove it, the battery should come right out.
No just the rocket cover
in the 1992 model it is behind the drivers seat, you will find two hatches under the cover the left is the oil the right is the battery compartment.
No it has no battery.
remove the battery cable for 1 min
Remove - battery cable Raise and support vehicle Disconnect wiring at top of starter Remove starter mounting bolts Remove starter
Disconnect battery, remove wire from starter and remove bolts to engine. reverse to install new starter.
the battery is located under the rear seat, passenger side of the car. I belive there is a brackett you unscrew then take off the cables.
Remove the battery clamp and the washer bottle. Then you can move the battery a bit and get your hand in to get to the lamp holder. Louie
Remove the negative cable line from the battery and bleed off fuel pressure, next remove the thermostat housing cover, finally the spring of the thermostat should face the engine, so put in a new thermostat and seal with liquid gasket maker.
price of Chevrolet cavaleir 1992 battery
Remove the light assy then turn the bulbs countereclockwise to remove the bulbs.
you have to remove it
Remove the blank next to the radio and you will find two screws holding the cover. There also are some hidden screws that can be located after you remove the glove box liner. Do I need to remind you to disconnect the battery first? And does anyone store their gloves in that box anymore.