By killing the water pump and ignition switch. Basically the person who's trying to still it will see a bit of a shock...It would cost you about 1000.00 to have it repaired at the dealership.
WHAT?...That answer makes no sense...The keylock has a resistor on it, that communicates with the body control module intergrated into the Instrument Cluster(speed-o) through a little wire called a data wire. The steering wheel airbag also uses this same data wire to communicate with the body control module. Anyway, the body control mod. tells the computer that the resistance amount was not verified, which in turn, the computer shuts down the fuel injecton system... All that can be done now is the 10 min. waiting period with the key on, waiting for the theft system light to stop flashing and stay lit solid.....I still can't get over that 1st answer.....wow.
Check the fuse!
No....The engine mounts are in the wrong place.
It should fit if both cars had that engine from the factory. If the 1996 was a Z24 (2.4L), then there will be differences - most likely with engine electronics. Hope this helps!
It may The Sunfire takes a GM39 tank The Cavalier takes a GM39B You will have to get the wrecker to check or compare the two very carefully.
no way i tryed that swap and didnt work ecu computer changed
It should be located in the duct work between the air filter and the throttle body.
There is a bad ground in your headlight wiring i had the exact same problem with my 98 cavalier. Not sure which ground it is because there is a few of them.
1) Just start your car with the coded key 2) Pull the battery cable but do not leave it off too long only a few short seconds. (if you leave it off too long the pcm will forget the saved key code then you will need your pcm flashed in order to work with your key again) 3)Bypass the antithief by removing the antitheft wirers. The antitheft system only cuts power to the starter. run your own wiring to the ignition switch to bypass the antitheft.
you can as long as it is withing certain years 1996-1999 cavalier engine will work in a 96-99 sunfire and a 99-02 cav engine will fit a 99-02 sunfire
open the hood and look up, it will be right in front of you. If that does not work, you can buy a haynes or chiltons manual.
2.2 and a 3.1 both will work but you will need to keep the same transmission with the same motor so thay will match up
try looking at your resistor pack on the passsenger side lower the blower motor down and there is a heat coil and resistor in there
Remove the a/c ducts then the wires and mounting bolts under the dash. Then the knobs on the front and nuts under them then work the rakio out from under the dash.
First, remove the neg battery cable. Then take the wires off of th starter and then the bolts holding it on and work it out.
If a Chevy Cavalier cigarette lighter doesn't work, check the fuse. The fuse may be blown and will need replaced.
There are a few tests one can do to determine if the windshield washer fluid pump on the 2000 Chevy Cavalier is bad. When it goes bad, you will hear the system try to work, but no fluid will come out.
Most of the larger computerized salvage yards will have that info and can tell you if they are compatable.
2.2L Altenator on a 2.2L, AND, 2.4L on a 2.4L ONLY!
Yes. They are the same from 1987 until 1990
i have a 1997 chevy cavalier the wipers and radio work when turn the key swich back
ABS stands for Anti-lock Brake System. If the light in on there is a problem with the system. Have it inspected and repaired by a professional. This is not a DIY repair as it can be hazardous to work on this system.