Go to http://www.jasperengines.com/pdf/GM2.2TimingTB.pdf to see timing marks and alignment.
Rear of the engine block.
it is next to the coils at the rear of the engin between the tranmission and the engin
The thermostat is on the water pump.(the left side in the front of the car) 2 screws to take out that's all
Timing marks? There is a timing mark on the main crankshaft pulley as well as marks on the timing belt cover to line it up with. There is also marks on the cam gear, with the #1 and that arrow being most important, as well as an arrow or other mark on the cylinder head to line it up with. All of these need to line up in order for the timing to be correct. Then the distributor can be moved left or right to fine tune the timing to spec.. -Shaun
My 97 cavalier 2.2L engine takes 4 quarts. There are two different 2.2 Chevy motors. One holds about 4 qts. and one holds about 5qts. Always check after filling and circulating the oil.
22L (liters) is 5.81 US gallons.
97 chev cav fuel filter is located in under rear passenger side right by the wheel axle.
looking at the rear of the motor from under the car from left to right 1/3 2/4
turn the bulb clockwise until it pops out unclip it put in new one and twist it back in tadaaaaa!
with the rocker cover removed, try pushing down on the pushrod end of the rocker arm. if it moves ,the lifter is bad
GM doesn't have the fuel pump inertia switch. That's a Ford thing.
lr stands for long rifle(uses a bullet) I dont know where you got 22l from
That is 6.063 US gallons.
Impossible to answer without more information
20-50 or so
10-1000 USD depending on specifics.
No published sn data.
100 or so
Majestic Honda of Rhode Island has Honda's entire parts catalogue online complete with highly detailed blown up ilistrations of how the car goes back together. www.hondaautomotiveparts.com. www.1sthondaparts.com
It Evaporates itself
Can vary from 100-400 USD or so