check oil and oil pressure if good sell it
A clicking noise in the engine of a 91 Ranger could indicate a problem with the valves. A valve lifter in the engine may be worn or stuck.
It certainly sounds like the engine seized for lack of lubrication
check if your battery is low than usual ..might be alternator problem
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.
When the timing chain is bad on a 2002 Cavalier, the engine could have several symptoms. The engine could run rough, be hard to start, or not run at all.
try the engine fuse that's what is was for me try the engine fuse that's what is was for me
I had this problem once with a 95 cavalier, it was the crank censor. But it could be the ingition module also. Its a game of trial and error.
take car to autozone and ask them to read codes it wont cost anything and they will tell you what you need to fix it
If the squeeling is coming from the tires, then the problem is most likely a misaligned front end. If the squealing is coming from the engine, then the problem would be in the power steering system.
The 1995 Cavalier could have a stopped up transmission filter, or a vacuum solenoid problem. These would be the two most likely places to cause the problem.
check your belt tensoner
The engine could possibly seize.
could be the oxygen sensor. that's what it was on mine.
I do not have a answer for it, do you an answer for this problem?
could be worn rocker arms ( under valve covers ) or lifters
if engine runs fine but computer has [large] emissions leak , check too see if gas cap is on all the way or missing,
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
There a number of things depending on the age of the engine. The sparkplugs of an older engine could be poorly gapped, fouled or just need to be replaced. The problem could also be the distributor cap could also be the problem. In a newer car the problem could be injecters or any number of sensers. In any car the problem could be wires.
Bring to a shop and have it scanned to determine problem
A clicking noise after changing an air filter on a car could indicate there is a problem. You should consult a car care professional.
It could.It could.
There are quite a few relays and solenoids that are activated when an engine is turned on. Some of them make noise.
Without hearing it no one could possibly know.
It could be a loose gas cap often times. Autozone gives free diagnostic checks. If it could be a sensor. Take off the negative cable from the battery and place it back on the battery it will reset the check engine light.
This could damage the engine.