Ignition control module, pickup, coil, keyswitch, loose connections. With ignition key on (engine not running) check for 12v (battery voltage) present at Ignition Control Module (pink/black wire)
91 cavaliers use two separate coil packs so check if no spark on all 4 cylinders.
Check for a bad Crankshaft Position Sensor (CPS) Should read 800-1200 ohms between the two leads. If it's open or reads very high resistance - replace. It should be putting out a .8 to 1.4 volt ac signal during cranking. If the Ignition Control Module does not see this signal - no spark.
I have a 93 Chevy Beretta and mine is located INSIDE my fuel tank so I would look there. in the fuel tank
you can look in a haynes repair manual for it or contact your dealer
Providing your cavalier has a 2.2l, this is what your looking at.
check out ehow.com look under cars and then the category for repairs ect
no, they look similar but cannot interchange without modification.
Look down as soon as you open the hood!
1988 chevy cavalier flasher take ash tray and bracket out look up and lift you can see it if not you can put your hand up in to lift and find it.
There are none, timing is adjusted by the ECM by advancing or retarding the spark in each cylinder. There is a chain in the side of the cylinder head that turns the cam but this is not adjustable.
its possibly in the trunk look I bet you find it. if its burned out use a flash light and look
look in front of the gas tank
This diagram is under the hood. Look for it
Crawl under the rear of the car and look up. You will easily see it.
look at other cavaliers the same year lol ?
Stock 2.2L Cavalier with badge Normally in Canada known as the LX trim level in other words... Dealer Rice
get under the car in front part of the motor and look up
Between $50 and $100, depends how hard you look.
Well if you pop the hood and look above the headlights you will see a screw. It may be a hex screw. Now if you need to raise the lights tighten the screw and if you need to lower the lights, loosen the screw.
Look for a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
In my 99 cavalier it means to look at gauges and check to make sure they are reading correctly. Mine goes on when I need fuel. Dummy light is what they are called.
look in your owners manual but usually at 100,000 anymore.
If you look under the hood there is a placard somewhere that has this information printed on it.
Look under the right front fender (Passenger's side), you will have to remove the plastic under skirt to get to it.
Have a look here; http://autorepair.about.com/od/obdcodedatabase/The_Exhaustive_Database_of_OBDI_and_OBDII_Engine_Codes.htm
Without knowing the engine size & model Chevy it is impossible to provide an answer. Look under the hood for a placard with this information listed.
Look in your owner's manual and under the hood on a placard and you will find the answer to this question.