They are thoes long things that reach from inside the wheels to inside the engine compartment. It takes a lot of special tools and alignment machine to change them. I somewhat agree.They ARE behind the front wheels.Removal from the car is simple. Open the hood and remove the wheel.There are 2 big bolts 13/16 or 15/16 wrench I cant remember which, just put a mark so you can put it back in the same place.Take those two big nuts off, knock the bolts out with a punch or screw driver careful not to hurt the rubber on that CV axel when the second bolt comes out. Now,on top under the hood there are 2 little screws and one little nut on the strut tower. Remove them and it will come off. On these z24's there is no cast or camber ajustment.Only toe in and toe out. But you wont be taking the tie rod ends off or loose. Now to replace the struts, you will need a strut spring compressor and if you have never done or seen this done you SHOULD get someone to help,because you could be injured.
No sir, it is front wheel drive.
Front wheel drive.
check the fuses.
where is the over drive solenoid located on a 1989 Chevy Corsica
They keep the tires on the road. with out them the tires would bounce up and down as you drive down the road.
There is a problem with your wheel speed sensors. This is common.
The Chevrolet Cavalier low gas warning light goes on when there is 1.5 gallons of gas left. The average Cavalier can go approximately 40 miles.
1.5 gallons, enough to drive 45 miles highway or 30 city. Don't forget to fill up! ~Owner of a 2001 Chevy cavalier
you jump start it and drive it around for 20 minutes and the altinator should charge it
I had that issue with my Cavalier and it turned out to be a fuel pump problem. I would check with your local mechanic.
There are several things that can cause your 1995 Chevy Cavalier transmission not to go into drive or reverse. The most common cause is a lack of transmission fluid. A broken shifting fork will also cause the problem.
The 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2 liter engine drive belt diagram can be found in the owners manual. The belt diagram can also be obtained from most auto-parts stores, when you purchase the belt.
You need to check all of the mounts. Get a manual to show you where they are.
The axle generally goes for 160.00 plus labor of about an hour. or cheaper if you have the tools to do it yourself.
It sounds like the transmission shifter linkage is disconnected.
the speed sensor is located on top of the transaxle near where the right side drive axle is attached . remove the two wire electrical connector and the retaining screw and pull it out. reverse the procedure to install.
I recently porchased an 04 cavalier with the 2.2 ecotec engine. It gives me around 360 miles on a full tank but thats really pushing it
i would just get the entire drive axle..do it your self, it may ba alot cheaper.Hope this helps
No, If it runs good just drive it; spend the money on something you need.
Sounds like you most likely need new Mounts
You should check the fluid level in the power steering pump.
It sounds like its coming from the tires More than likely its the wheel bearings or front drive axels.