the easy way is to buy a used steering column from a junk yard. If you have the proper tools [steering wheel puller,tilt wheel spring intaller and remover,torx bits] its simple ! 1st remove the steering wheel 2nd take the 3 torx bolts out,unscrew turn signal arm, unplug the harness under the dash then lift the switch out. Installation is the same.
I think last answer is not a good one. Simnply remove three screws at the bottom front part of the steeering column poastic covers and remove the plastic convers. There are 2 torx bols at tha left side. Remove them.
The EGR valve is directly under the hood on the 89 Cavalier.
autozone had one for me
On top of the steering column, behind the dash.
find someone that has a shop that has mitchell on demand.
i have an 89 and it ran like it was on 5 cylinders.replaced 1 of 3 coils and fixed it yours might be diffrent tiigghhtt ssqueeezeee.
you cant. buy a new motor.
May have snapped/jumped the timing chain.
The firing order for a 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier is 1, 3, 4, 2. This is for a 2.2 Liter engine.
The oil pan must be removed.
Every typical "V" style engine has a timing chain. the Chevy cavalier z24 has a 3.1 liter FI V6 engine. so yes it has a timing chain.
try the driver side fender or the fuse panel under the hood