9.6 qt coolant capacity
In the radiator in the front of the engine
There isn't one, just the cap on the coolant recovery tank.
look for a plug on a coolant pipe that has 1 black and 1 yellow wire that will be the coolant temp. sensor
**I meant to add that the radiator cap is not to be found on this vehicle. Can it go into the coolant fill tank?
Any high quality green type coolant would be acceptable for Chevrolet Cavalier. It should be mixed 50 percent with distilled water.
Dex coolant is very popular in newer vehicles. Dex coolant is good for 50,000 miles or 5 years which ever comes first.
A 1992 Cavalier could be overheating for several reasons. The Thermostat could be bad, the coolant could be low, or the water pump may be failing. The cooling fan could also be bad.
A coolant leak on a 93 cavalier could be anyplace where coolant flows. Check all hoses, connections, the radiator, and heater core for any possible leak spots.
The final year for the production of the Chevrolet Cavalier was 2005. Exact capacities will vary by model year and engine option. For model year 2005 the coolant capacity for the 2.2L 4-cylinder was 8.7 quarts.
The light will be on the left side of your dash. It will look like a box with a wavy line towards the top (to reperesent a liquid)
oil w/ filter 4.5qts tranny (automatic) 7qts gas 20 gal coolant 12.4qts
If coolant level is correct - could be a defective sensor
Low coolant, bad coolant tank cap, stuck thermostat, or clogged coolant line.
The engine will run hot. This could lead to a blown head gasket. It may even build pressure and cause damage to the radiator and or hoses.
Should be at the lower section of the coolant recovery tank
Flush the coolant, change the coolant resevoir and add new coolant, it doesn't hurt to change the hoses either
Check your coolant level.
The coolant level sensor is faulty.
Dexcool by GM.
low coolant (antifreeze) Make sure the engine is cool before you open the cap and top-up the cooling system.
The coolant capacity of a radiator in a 1986 Chevy Cavalier is 10.3 quarts. You can use any standard radiator fluid that's made for all makes and models of cars.
Coolant overflowing from a 2003 Cavalier overflow tube usually indicates a blown head gasket. Check the cylinders for proper compression to confirm a blown gasket.