If it came out of the transmission, just plug it back in, no harm done. If the boot came apart, then you will have to take the rest of the shaft out of the transmission, get a new boot, grease up the tripod assembly, and put it back together with clamps, or you will have to trade it in on a rebuilt shaft. A rebuilt shaft depending on the make cost's around $60.00 after the core exchange.
your lower control arm bushings need replacing. replace the sway bar links when you do the control arms
Left hand on top (upper joint) and right hand on the bottom (lower joint). The thumb from your right hand should be placed below the thumb rest.
CVC joint needs replacing. This can be dangerous, have it repaired.
CV joint(s) need replacing
4 - Right lower bottom rear and Right upper front, Transmission mount and Torque mount
The left hand covers the top half (upper joint) of the clarinet, while the right hand covers the lower joint - supported by the thumb.
you need a ball joint press which you can rent at your local auto parts store
The heater core is under the lower right dash insulator panel and behind the glove box in the heater core housing
my 1996,2.2 cavalier has the canister behind the right headlite.It has to be removed by removing the inner right fender.
The drain plug on the radiator of a 2002 Cavalier is located on the front of care through the lower front air dam area. You will find it's on the right and you should use 1/4" ratchet and extension to open it.
its right in the transmission
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