One is on the downpipe (right below the exhaust manifold) and the other is right after the Catalytic Converter, and they are expensive
The o2 sensors are really not that expensive. The one that is located by the header is only $20.00 at either advance auto, or napa. The other one by the catalytic converter is only $60 to $70. If you think that is expensive then your not looking in the right stores. That is cheap compared to other parts that is normally replaced after so long.
It only has one. It is located in the exaust manifold in front of the engine. Four cylinder that is. If by chance you have a V6, then it would have two, both located in the exhaust maifolds, on the front, and back of the engine.
Never as the 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier does not have a belt, it has a chain that should last the life of the engine.
The right person to ask would be either someone who owns a 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier or a mechanic at a Chevrolet dealership. This question is too complicated to answer in a simple manner.
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
Around 90-100 dollars
it probably doesnt like you amd wanted to drive off
Normal cause of a belt smoking is that one of the driven pulleys has siezed.
low fluid would cause this or the pump could be going out
Any high quality green type coolant would be acceptable for Chevrolet Cavalier. It should be mixed 50 percent with distilled water.
The fuel sending unit for the fuel gauge would be located in the fuel tank.
It does not make any difference what color of anti-freeze you use in your 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier. The anti-freeze manufacturer can make their anti-freeze any color they choose.
maybe a bad cam orn lobs on cams can cause that
Blower motor resistor...around $25 on eBay
check and see if you are getting fuel ,spark and compreesion these are the three main things if you have all of these repost
Usually oxygen sensors are what would be screwed into the exhaust manifold.Usually oxygen sensors are what would be screwed into the exhaust manifold.
When mine quit working, it was a sensor(s) in the steering wheel itself that had gone out. It started out by not working on one side of the sterring wheel, but would on the other....and the locations would change around until it completely went out in about a week. Being my car was still under warranty when it happened, the dealership replaced the sensors for free. They had to tear open the sterring wheel to do it.
if it tends to sputter and have no power i would suggest the fuel pump. it it is only after the car has warmed up, or a while after you start driving it might be the ignition module.
The cruise sensors have detected a malfuntion and you should probley take it to a Chevrolet Certified Repair Facility.
To be cavalier is to show disregard. An example sentence would be: His cavalier attitude was very bothersome to everyone.
The fuse box is located on the drivers side. Left hand side of the steering column under the dash. Just where your left knee would be if you were driving.
You can locate the transmission fluid leak on your 2001 Chevy Metro by looking at the transmission fluid on the ground. Look above the transmission fluid stain and you should be able to see the source of the leak.
It's under the passenger side front corner, you have to crawl on your back and take a peek upwards from the ground. You would think it would be a logical place but they put it right where all the elements can attack it.
Best place for this would be the appropriate Chilton's manual for 2000 domestic cars. Don't look for a book that JUST covers the Cavalier, but the big manual will show it. Most public libraries carry a selection of these manuals. Good luck.