The tank is located in front of the wheel, inside the front fender. It requires jacking up the car, removing the wheel, and removing the plastic fender guard. There are approximately 9 small screws to remove, and 2 plastic buttons in order to remove the fender guard. Then there are 3 more 10mm bolts that hold the tank in place. You might also need to remove the front headlamp assembly in order to reach 2 of the 10mm bolts.
The right person to ask would be either someone who owns a 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier or a mechanic at a Chevrolet dealership. This question is too complicated to answer in a simple manner.
synchromesh its a dealer only fluid.
passenger side, right behind headlight
My horn unit was rusty and had to be replaced.
The 2.8 litre (2800cc,173 cu.in.) 60 degree v6 in a 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier z-24 was factory rated at 130 HP, torque came in at 160 ft. lbs.
Motor oil, trans fluid, gear oil, power steering, washer fluid, coolant, brake fluid, gas..... Please be more specific
dirty trans fluid might be the cause. have it changed, but not flushd
yes I just instaled a 1990 in my 1988
Chevrolet Tracker was created in 1988.
On my 1988 Van, it is located on the upper right after you open the rear door. I hope it is on the same location as yours.
I can only make a guess, but look at the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir. Alot of manufacturers locate their pumps there.