Where is radiator temperature sensor located on a 1997 2.4L Chevy cavalier
Just below the powersteering fluid resevoir, on the back side of the engine. I had a hard time finding it also.
Remove the transmission pan.
Were is the PVC valve located
Look down as soon as you open the hood!
Location of horn on 97 Chevy cavalierit is inside the front right bumper by the marker light
it's right next to the back axle under the car. behind the gas tanks, round looking with lines running into both sides.
They are located near the axles. You will need an 18 MM wrench for this.
IT IS LOCATED INSIDE THE PASSENGER SIDE FENDER WELL BEHIND THE BUMPER COVER.
where is the ignition control module loacted on a 1997 chevy cavalier
I have a 1997 Chevy Cavalier 2.2 L and for me the orifice filter for AC is located down to the left of the radiator on the front of the car. If you look where your high pressure valve is just below that and to the left a little you will see two aluminum pipes (one coming from the top one from the bottom) and where they meet is where the orifice filter is housed, it looks sort of like a small aluminum rectangle. Just take the nuts off the housing for it and there you have it.
the clutch went out on my 97 Chevy cavalier how do i fix it
what rims will fit a 97 chevy cavalier
My 1997 Chevy Cavalier with 2.2L motor used a 15mm socket.
Under the center of the dash, behind the radio and ashtray. You have to go through the bottom.
Well yes and no. Both have a 2.2 four cylinder if I'm not mistaken, but I don't think the earlier Cavalier's have the EcoTec motor. And you should be able to get the engine from the '03 into the '97 with no problem.
Under right rear of vehicle. In front of differential.
i have a 1997 chevy cavalier the wipers and radio work when turn the key swich back
disconnet theft sistem on Chevy cavalier? Sorry....you really can't. You have to reset it.
how do you change a ac fan switch on a 1997 Chevy cavalier
Will fit a 1997 Chevy Blazer
Best way to get to it is thru the wheel well, passenger front. it's kind of up in the fender.