Check under the hood on the fan cover there is usually a diagram located here you could also check a "Chilton" manual for this diagram if it is not under your hood. I have taken these on and off several times once you get the hang of it, it seems pretty easy. sometimes you will need someone to help you pry the tension pulley using a socket/wrench with a cheaterbar. Good Luck!
NO it will not.
Where what! What is your question?
NO it will not. The bell housing is different.
Yes but modification will be needed
The Chevy SBC 5.7L 350cid V8 was the standard
1996 Chevrolet cavalier shuts off while driving and have to put in natural or park to restart
5.7 liter vortec.
It just unscrews, It is real tight.
Providing your cavalier has a 2.2l, this is what your looking at.
no the serpentine belt is totally separate from timing belt
It depends on the gear ratio of the rear ends. You can find this out in the glove compartment of your truck. It should tell you there. Hope this helps you out.
drop the fuel tank
same way you would on any other vehicle
The recommended spark plug gap on a 1996 Chevy C1500 with a V8-305 engine is .060"
how do you install a serpentine belt on a 1996 corsica?
Engine oil, 4.5 qts with filter change.
My 1996 is governed at 100 on the dot.
Could be a blown fuse.
raise the bed up it would be easier
I know on my cavalier which is a 2001 it is possible to re route the serpentine belt away from the air conditioner compressor. I was having trouble with mine popping the belt off. Hope I helped you out.
two lug's dumb a--!
LUCAS transfix- large bottle
Under the hood, on top of the passenger side inner fender.