The right person to ask would be either someone who owns a 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier or a mechanic at a Chevrolet dealership. This question is too complicated to answer in a simple manner.
The 2.8 litre (2800cc,173 cu.in.) 60 degree v6 in a 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier z-24 was factory rated at 130 HP, torque came in at 160 ft. lbs.
yes I just instaled a 1990 in my 1988
Chevrolet Tracker was created in 1988.
At Advanced Auto Parts Store it will cost you around $20.00... Or check with other auto parts stores...
Yes, I have a 1988 and 1989 Chevy Cavalier Z24 and they both have the 2.8L V6
Had a 1995 Cavalier with a similar problem. It was some type of solenoid on the transmission (automatic). Cost about $500 to replace at the dealer.
1988 Chevy Cheyenne 2500 cost me $1700 with a 1 year warranty...I'm told that's good compared to most.
you dont need to order the fuse for the signal just go into any automotive store annd got the the fuse section and u will find the fuses there
1988 chevy cavalier flasher take ash tray and bracket out look up and lift you can see it if not you can put your hand up in to lift and find it.
88 to 99 are all the same.
in the fuel tank
Engine and engine parts: 1988 to 1995 Body parts : 1988 to 1999
The fuel pump on your 1988 Chevy Celebrity is in the fuel tank.
Weight of 79 Chevrolet suburban
from a remanufactering website
No there are shock absorbers on the rear.