How do you replace the coil pack on 1989 Chevy cavalier?
it does not have a distributor , it has coil packs
Behind the coil pack in the front lower center part of the engine.
There are 4 struts, They are not shocks.. They are called "coil over's". Meaning coil spring over strut. You will need a coil spring compressor to replace them yourself. Rent one at autozone.
Replace coil packs.
the ignition coil on a 2004 chevy cavalier is the black part on top of the engine were it says eco 2.2 but its not hard to miss its very easy to change as well
I think that ir's located on the backside of the motor, under the manifold. Follow the plug wires. They will run right to it.
at the bottom of the block, under the coil pack
you have to tap into the coil wires the negative wire on the coil plug.
it is located behind the coil packs
In the back by the coil pack.
No, it has coil packs, there is no distributor.
Unplugging the coil wire and not grounding it, yes that can damage the coil.
under the coil packs and the coil packs are connected to the spark plug wires
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4...under the coil cover
change coil module
you have a bad control module, and check that coil resistance, cause they will fire but not how it should!! should be a good strong blue spark, if not replace it!
Next time you replace the coil, test and if necessary replace the resistor.
I own a 1989 2.8l Chevy Cavalier with a problem on the coil pack module. Seeing that I'm from South Africa and it is a American made car where can I buy Chevy parts like a coil pack online?
Have you tryed Auto Parts? LOL, im kidding. Try finding a car that has a working one and switch them.
how do you put spark wires in the right place on the coil pack on a 1995 Chevy cavalier2.2 frank
The 1988 cavalier and or jbody cars use a coil pack.You do not have a distributor and if a ignition issue is present replacing one or all coil packs are the answer.I originally stated it could have had a distributor but,was incorrect on my first response.As said if you replace the coil packs unhook your negative battery cable prior to any electrical work to prevent and problems and safety.
I have a 97 cavalier with a 95 engine and i had to replace the whole ignition module and the coil packs are 1/4 and 2/3 that's how they are numbered on the coil packs so 2 coil packs but make sure you know which one isn't firing to replace them and u will have to replace you spark plugs after that.
no distributor or spark plug wires its a coil pack on the top of the engine.
Inside the car, passenger side, mounted near the firewall. ok theres heater coil the heater core is under the center of the dash under a acess pannel do not but one form auto zone has 3 leak on me go to the dealer
No...The stock coil-overs won't allow it.
your coil packs are bad. this is not cheap to fix. sorry.
THE FIRING ORDER FOR A 2.8 V6 88 CAVALIER IS 1,2,3,4,5,6, THE COIL PACKS ARE 1-4 6-3 2-5
1-3-4-2 is the firing order. Coil on the left is 4 then 1. Coil on the right is 3 then 2.
take the wires off the + and - side of the coil, pull the coil wire out of the coil, unbolt the coil from the manifold, to install just reverse directions.
How do you change a coil pack on a 1997 cavalier
Its located up and alittle to the right of coil packs on back side of block
see if the coil is sparking to the distributor cap
It is found beneath the intake manifold directly under the coil packs.
If you are not getting spark to any of the plugs could be coil rotor and/or cap HEI ignition?
you suck it up
Under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted on front of engine above valve cover is ignition coil
take to your chevrolet dealer
it is next to the firewall near the heater coil
The 95 cavalier doesnt use a distributor. They use GM's Direct Ignition System which consists of 2 coil packs (1 for cylinders 1 and 4 and 1 for cylinders 2 and 3) the spark plug wires attach to these coil packs. They are located on top of the Ignition Module i believe on the firewall side of the engine block.
The side with the coil spring showing goes into the engine.
could be a # of things bad plugs, blown fuse, bad coil pack, or even a bad sensor.
The 2003 Chevy cavalier 2 door coupe has 2-dual voice coil 6x9's that snap into place, in the rear (standard) and 2-6x4's in the front (front bottom corners of the doors)
take it to the dealer.
The coil pack, on a 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier, is located on the top of the engine. The coil pack is near the electronic spark distributor.
disconnect wires and label them,each coil has its own screws holding it to plate,take out scews,pull coil straight up do not bend the coil tangs at mounting of coil. Do this for each coil! HOPE THIS HELPS!
To much resistance in the spark plug wires, replace the spark plug wires.
There are two ignition coils on a 91 Cavalier. There are both mounted on the back of the engine block (firewall side). While they are difficult to reach, they can be removed & replaced in about an hour to hour and a half. A small mirror with an extension handle is helpful for getting your bearings on the two small mounting screws on each coil. Be sure and keep the spark plug wires marked so… Read More
You need to replace the Distributor cap and rotor. Be sure that the coil wire is not WHITE or RUSTED on the ends were they go in the cap and coil, If they are then replace the COIL and the plug wires too. Just be sure that you use Factory Parts not after market.
You need to replace the Distributor cap with a factory GM cap. be sure to check the coil wire where it goes into the coil, pull it out and it should be shiney on the end. If not replace coil and wire too. That will fix it.
replacing coil does not work for long