Possible plugged pcv system causing excessive pressure. It may just be failing gaskets or seals. 95+ cavaliers are infamous for leaking head gaskets. Its a common problem with the original. I had to replace mine with only 18000 miles on my 2001. Take it to the dealer and have it replaced if you have an extended warranty....
The Chevrolet Cavalier with a 2.2 engine holds 5 US quarts with an oil filter change. There are 0.946352946 liters in a quart making the capacity in liters 4.7318.
The Jbody cavalier and sunbird(aka sunfire) were made from 1982-2005.Gm discontinued the body line due to age,market demand and changing to meet a new market of buyers.The cobalt took place of the cavalier/sunfire in 2006.
Around 1984-1985 timeframe
Chevrolet started making cars in 1911. The founding fathers of the company are Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant.
Chevrolet stoped making camaros in 2002. They just released the new 2010 camaro.
There isn't one - they stopped making them.
Yes they will fit 1995 to 2005 or when they quit making the cavalier. I have 25 years experience in the junkyard busness.
Chevrolet never made the Cheyenne trucks for public distribution. The Chevrolet Cheyenne was only a concept car made for future models.
front or rear main seals are out and you need a new oil filter. New Answer: If your old oil filter was a FRAM this could be the problem. It is a known issue that often with these filters the old gasket will often become detached from the filter & remain on the car when you change the oil filter, thus preventing the new filter from making a secure seal. Check the old oil filter if you still have it, to be sure that it has its gasket intact. If the gasket is missing, that means it is still on your car. You will have to re-do the oil change process as you need to remove the old gasket before reinstalling the new. Good Luck.
"It seems that as of August 2011, Chevrolet sales are going down. The Nissan Leaf is beating the Chevrolet Volt, and that is making the sales go down."
They didn't. They rebabged it as the Chevrolet Sonic in 2012. And the car is cute, usually for teenage girls and college students.
sounds like a possible head gasket leaking coolant and running down to trans pan
The first Chevelle was produced in 1964.
It was discontinued in 2010, along with the GMC Canyon.
thermostat gasket probably leaking. replace thermostat and gasket making sure that thermostat housing is flat.
Listen to it. if it is making loud noise you will hear it... assuming by noise you mean sound wave vibrations within the range of human detection...
Not applying a film of oil to the gasket before installation. Grit or dirt on the gasket or mounting surface. Over-tightening the filter. Only tighten 3/4 turn after making contact with the mounting surface.
As an adjective, "cavalier" is most commonly utilized in the sense of "dismissive" and/or "showing little or no regard". Thus, a sentence making use of "cavalier" would be the following: "With his cavalier attitude toward proper grammar, the teacher soon had a room full of students who wanted to write but who didn't know the proper rules for doing so."
I do believe they are the same heads if it's a 2.2OHV 134cc 4banger. But it is for 1995 and up to 2000 because Chevrolet changed the 2.2 OHV for a 2.2 dohc. Make sure on what your buying before making a mistake
The belt is adjusted by the tensioner, which generally isn't adjustable unless the spring has started to fail or break. If the belt is slipping or making noise check it for cracks on the ribbed side. If you see any cracks, replace the belt. If the tensioner seems soft, it too can be replaced.