Check the EGR valve. It might be stuck open. This will cause the car to die when you come to a stop sign or when idling. You can temporarily disconnect the vacuum hose at the EGR valve and plug the vacuum line. Drive it around and see if the problems reoccurs. If it doesn't happen again, you found your problem.AnswerIt can also be the seleniod in the transmision. The seleniod is bad and gets stuck. There is a 4 plug connector on the front of the tranny. You can disconnect it and the car will run fine but get it changed within 50000 miles or you will burn up your tranny. Its a temporary fix but it works if you dont have the money right there and then.
Both answers are right answers...... But heres the way to find out. When your driving and it dies at a light or stop sign, put the transmission in "neutral" or "park" and restart the engine..... if it hesitates "or fails" to start, its the egr. if it starts up & runs good while not in gear then starts stalling when you put it in gear and drive, then it's likely the transmission shift solenoid is faulty. I replaced the shift solenoid once in a 1994 Cavalier RS 2.2L that had the very same problems you described & everything was fine after I replaced it. It only cost me $48.00 for the part & an hour and a half to do the work. Note: it is advised that you have really good knowledge of automatic transmissions before you do the work, although it is not hard to do. .
You don't. A 1991 Cavalier did not come with airbags.
The map sensor on a 1991 cavalier is on the passenger side firewall towards the top.
possibly a vacuum leak, low fuel pressure, or the idle air control has failed,
Behind the glove box.
The 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier transmission linkage can be tighten by turning the adjustment nuts. You will find the adjustment nut on each end of the linkage.
The refrigerant capacity of a 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier is 36 ounces of R-12 Freon. This is the same for all Cavaliers produced from 1986 to 1993.
It is in the fuel tank.
Behind the glove compartment.
Time Signs ended on 1991-07-21.
You don't, you replace it.
Check the fuse box.
Around 2300-2500 lbs
The oil pump on supplies the oil to the bearings. The oil being squeezed by the bearings is what creates the pressure. If you are loosing then the bearings would be the problem.
Vital Signs - novel - was created in 1991.
Automatic tensioner-no provision for adjustment.
No Belt=It has a Timing Chain.=
It's back behind the fuel tank.
On the right side of the fuse box
The cast of The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe - 1991 includes: Clay Walker
The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe - 1991 is rated/received certificates of: USA:PG-13
123456, cylinder #1 is right rear
The trunk can only be opened with the key you use to unlock the doors with.