The car should last you just about 150,000 miles without to many problems...
A 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier is very difficult to open without keys. In most cases, a locksmith is required. Even possessing a slim Jim is problematic because of the position of the lock in the door.
All you need is an FM modulator!they usually around 30 bones available everywhere.
Sure, until the Feds or the state catches you. Modifying the emissions equipment on your vehicle can result in a serious fine.
YOU DONT EVEN TRY AS THE CAR HAS A 3/36 WARRANTY AND WILL BE REPAIRED FREE AT ANY CHEV DEALER. THIS IS NOT A JOB TO BE TAKEN ON BY SOMEONE WITHOUT EXPERANCE
No, not without adaptors.
The hour and minute button in mine are the tiny buttons under the volume knob. The one on the left is the hour and the one on the right is the minute. Just hold it down for a second and it will change.
First you should pull the belt off of the pulleys and out of the engine bay. Next, remove the power steering mount without disconnecting it. Next, detach the alternator wires and remove the alternator bracket.
You can remove the oil pan from your 2002 Chevy Cavalier, without removing the motor. The oil pan is held in place with retaining bolts.
No way of answering this without knowing what model Chevrolet you're referring to.
My 97 Cavalier is about 315000 k without much problems... minor maintenance and wear and still going well.
I would start with a cool air intake. And prolly a cheap performance exhaust. That should make better mpg and a few more hp.
I am sorry but you do not without the proper equipment.
With or without your wife in the passenger seat?
No big job mate. Gearbox to be removed. The last car to change a clutch without moving the gearbox was a Vauxhall Cavalier 1998/99.
14 feet without ground effects.
Not without modification
Depending on the year, the 99 runs 155lb without performance parts.
Yes it will.
NO THEY ARE NOT.
Autozone.com has a location of parts feature that is very good for most parts.You enter your vehicle year, model, and engine size, and later part you need - then ask for the part location. Try it out yall Sample results: On your 2001 CHEVROLET CAVALIER, the FUEL FILTER is: UNDER VEHICLE, CENTER, BELOW SEATING AREA, FRONT OF FUEL TANK, MOUNTED ON CHASSIS
Without hearing it no one could possibly know.
you can use a dime and get close.
Click the link and check the view with or without A/C.
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