There isn't one.
the clutch went out on my 97 Chevy cavalier how do i fix it
pull out the fuse
The awnser is......
If you have imagination,cutting torch,and a welder.
Usually about $40-50
4...under the coil cover
Next to the oil filter, bolted to the block.
My 97 z24 is at the front under the air box just to the passenger side a bit in front of the engine.
On the throttle body. It is round in shape and it is connected to the throttle plate. It tells the computer the angle of that plate letting in air so it can add more fuel.
If you are refering to a greese fitting....I haven't found one yet and I have worked on many of them and own 3 z24's. '97-'97-'99
On my '97 z24 4-speed automatic overdrive you can expect 200,000+ and on my other '97 z24 auto. it had 110,000 on it when I bought it with a burnt clutch problem. But it was haulin' around two big fat girls....go figure.
The front sub frame is all the same from 95-02 cavalier, Z24 or sunfire. i had a rotten one in my 97 and used a frame from a 01 sunfire GT
AUTOZONE.COM click REPAIR INFO, then click, REPAIR GUIDES
See the link I added.
That is true on one of my 97 Chevy cavalier z24,but not with the other 2. (97 & 99) On mine, I just leave the key on for 15-20 mins. turn off key, then restart.
.060 2.3 and 2.4 OHC Engines 95-97 0.060,,, 98-01 0.050
uhm, if its an automatic, its the transmission pan. holds trany fluid. seriously, get out from under your car.
It night, I think 95-2000 are all the same basic concept. I'm having a new motor dropped into my 2000 z24 convertible right now. I'm sure as long as it's the 2.4l dohc it should work.
around 120,000 miles is when there will be some minor problems but they are all easy and/or inexspensive fixes. Ive had 3 cavalier z24s a 96, 97 and a 01. each one of them is still running. 96 has 122xxx, 97 193xxx, 01 147xxx.
On front wheel drive vehicles it is easier and quicker to remove the trans and engine as one unit. then you can separate them if you wish
Remove your glovebox, and you will see it Its located right behind the glovebox.
First off the Trick Is Not to Be Caught!! I Have A 98 Z24 and the Easiest Upgrades are obviously Intake...Exhaust...Tires...Cams...High Compression Springs And Valves (well those aren't really easy but you get the point)