If a 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier will not start, it could very well be the fuel pump. It could also be the starter or battery.
Your Chevrolet Cavalier 97 might stall when going downhill because it has a bad fuel filter. It could also be the spark plugs misfiring.
The 1989 Chevy Cavalier could be either a 2.0L 4-cylinder or a 2.8L V-6.
A 1992 Cavalier could be overheating for several reasons. The Thermostat could be bad, the coolant could be low, or the water pump may be failing. The cooling fan could also be bad.
sounds like the ignition control module
There could be a problem with the power of common ground to the Cavalier light and sun roof. Check the fuses and wiring for the problem.
Had a 1995 Cavalier with a similar problem. It was some type of solenoid on the transmission (automatic). Cost about $500 to replace at the dealer.
low fluid would cause this or the pump could be going out
could be a clogged heater core or problem with blower fan or clogged air ducts antifreeze system could be low or frozen Is engine getting warm?
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
There could be an internal problem with the transmission. Check the transmission fluid for a burnt smell or odd color, indicating transmission damage.
Intake manifold gasket