The oil capacity for the 2.2L engine is specified as 4.0 qts.
Approx 3.5 Litres.
Total capacity is 5 qts including filter.
No , it is not an interference engine
There were only 2 engines available in the '89 Cavalier. If it's a 4cylinder, it's a 2.0liter If it's the V-6, then its a 2.8liter. There also should be a sticker on the radiator core support. Also the 2.8 has it stamped on the plenum chamber, top of the motor.
4 cylinder engine is an interference type.
will 2001 2.2 cavalier interchange engine parts with a 2000 cavalier
if it is the 4cylinder engine ,it is a big YES ! double overhead cams too.
I replaced my 1995 S10 2.2 engine with a 2.2 cavalier engine and it worked fine.
If it is the 6.0L diesel engine the capacity is 15 quarts, including the filter. Both the 5.4L and the 6.8L gas engines capacity is 6 quarts, including the filter.
On the throttle body.
Oil capacity should be 5 litres, this should be stated under the motor hood near the hood latch. Also you could have a look in your owners manual under the "Spec's" section.
Why are ets and engine light on in 98 Chevy cavalier
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.
4 and a half qaurts....just remember better to be low then to full
You can swap the engine from your 1997 Cavalier 2.2 liter engine to your 2000 Chevy Cavalier. The wiring harness and motor mounts should be in exactly the same.
Either a 2.3/2.5 4cylinder or a 3.0 V6
No....The engine mounts are in the wrong place.
The V8 engine is in the shape of a V and has 8 cylinders. The 4-cylinder engine is inline and only has 4 cylinders.
According to the 2005 TL Owner's Manual, page 214, Engine oil capacity (including filter): 4.5 US qt (4.3 l).
The Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2 liter engine will fit into a Chevrolet S 10 pickup. You will need to change the motor mounts on the Cavalier engine in order for the engine to bolt in properly.
No...No....No... The 2.2L OHV engine and the 2.4L DOHC (Quad-4) engine are two different animals.
can i pull a chevy caviler motor 1998 2.2 4cylinder from the top or do i have to drop it from below