No belt. It has a chain.
About $20 if you do it yourself. And you should replace the spring kit hardware also.
If carb. should be located in the fuel inlet line of the carb
need a step through on how to change the front wheel bearings on a 98 cavalier. Have 225,000 miles what else should I look for while in there?
The original equipment thermostat should be a 195 Degrees F
If it's a wall charger then it's original equipment. Otherwise, such as if it's a car charger, it's an accessory.
id say an hour
Cost of clutch and labor will be in the neighborhood of $500.00
YES I CAN! u should have a shop do it because of the time and precision needed as well as specialty tools and equipment.
Thermostat is stuck open. Replace it. It opens at 180 degrees. Car should run at 195 degrees
Edit: They should replace it. Original: you win.
Chevy Cavalier should run about 195F or 91C
everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional manual available...in the reference section, you'll have to make copies of the important sections...good luck :)
Any time you rebuild the engine you should always put in a new timing chain. They are far more durable than a timing belt.
No, If it runs good just drive it; spend the money on something you need.
usually located up by the steering column. It should be a round tin/aluminim fuse. Just pull it out and replace.
Origional equipment components will not have any grease fittings. Once you replace the parts with GOOD aftermarket parts you will have fittings to lube. You should get a few years out of the original parts before they need replacing
Should be at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area Should be at the upper end of the brake pedal under dash area
It is important to know the cost of replacing parts on a car. For a 2002 Chevy Cavalier 2.2 it will cost between $200-$400 to replace the struts, is a person is doing it themselves.
Unless there is something wrong with it (there shouldn't be), you should never have to replace the timing chain. That's the beauty of chevy.
yea it should? it shouldn't matter if its a 2.2 or 2.4 they should be the same set up