My first step would be to check for a blown fuse. Then the second step is to check the horn relay. It's on the drivers side under the dash, behind the fuse panel. You probably have to unscrew the plastic under dash panels under the steering column to get at it.
1-6-5-4-3-2- good luck ......chevy boy
Hard to say, bad bulbs, fuse, wiring, that's where I would start to check. Good luck. It shouldn't be too difficult though.
yep its the same size engine bay as long as you got motor and transmission ur good
If your talking about you indicator flasher relay I've got a suggestion. I just changed one on a 1999 Cavalier. It was located underneith the drivers side of the dash. It is a little square black relay that might be clipped on up underneith or it my not. It is right out in the open, but you might need a flashlight to get a good look at it. Like I said, this was on a 1999 Cavalier not a 1992 Cavalier. But if there anything alike........... So hopefully this works out for you. If not...... well....... I tried.
That depends on what is wrong with it, and how much money you want to put into the vehicle.
yes one just might not look as good though so i wouldnt
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Yeah depending on the price id buy it
you torque the bolts until they are good and tight
With the stock filter box,,,Fram "Air-hog" are good, get them cheap on eBay
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Replace the fuel filter, that is a good place to start.
Chevy Impala or Cavalier are good cars. Any car will do as long as you make sure to maintain and service it regularly; oil change, tire rotation and inflation et cetera.
The 2002 Cavalier has a reverse light switch. The switch can be bad, or have a loose connection causing the lights not to work.
1-6-5-4-3-2- good luck ....chevy boy
because your starting motor don´t work, maybe it is damage
theres a short somewhere most likely bad ground
these cars are under rated... if you keep good care of them and you know what your doing, they could overpass civics and other imports easily...
A 97 Chevy Cavalier can take standard 10w30 motor oil as it provides good all around performance. A lower viscosity oil is more desirable in cold weather.
Online auction and retail sites such as Ebay allow you to localize search results for a particular item. If you are in Ohio already, Car-max is also a great place to locate a Chevy Cavalier, as they have a tremendous stock on hand and the ability to have automobiles shipped in from other locations. As another resort, you can try an actual Chevy car dealer. They will often accept trade ins of gently used vehicles and perform a multiple point inspection to ensure the automobile meets basic safety measures and is in good working order.
If your cooling fan stopped working, it could possibly be your coolant temperature sensor. If you start your car and turn your defrost on high hot, your cooling fan should come on. If it doesn't, then it could be the fan motor or possibly a fuse. Good Luck. Andy.
No, If it runs good just drive it; spend the money on something you need.
the total cost to repair a blowen head gasket on a 96 cavalier is around $700-$800 total at most shops in onterio...........so good luck.........
Here isa good website with step-by-step instructions and photos:) http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=321030