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.
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
No sir, it is front wheel drive.
Front wheel drive.
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.
check the fuses.
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
Fix the cause of the light coming on and the light will reset itself within a few drive cycles.
I had that issue with my Cavalier and it turned out to be a fuel pump problem. I would check with your local mechanic.
front drive shafts maybe
no cavaliers are front wheel drive and s10 is rear wheel drive tranny wont mount in right position (i own both a 96 s10 and a 97 cavalier)
Pull the engine.
Across the front of the engine. It operates by the drive belt and pulleys.
This is an engine swap and will require engineering mounts, drive shafts, computers and wiring.
yes if it gets water in the fuel pump it can or its just because you drive a Chevy sorry but dodge is better
as long as they have the same engine, drive train, and ecu? sure
As long as the are both front wheel drive.
It has only one belt. The drive belt drives the Alternator and A/C Compressor and is driven by the crankshaft pully and the slack is taken out by the tenioner pully. It dont have a timing belt,it has a timing chain.
Is it possible? Sure. But it's going to require a whole lot more than a simple drop-in swap. For one, the Cavalier is a front engine, front wheel drive car with a transverse engine, whereas the 2010 Corvette had an FMR layout with a longitudinal engine and a transaxle... you're not going to fit the Corvette engine into the Cavalier in a transverse layout, and you would have to lengthen the frame, hood, and engine compartment to get it to work in a longitudinal layout. Then you'd have to swap the transmission, as the Corvette engine would wreck the Cavalier transmission, you'd probably have to put a live axle in the rear of the Cavalier, and make it a rear wheel drive car... Let's face it, this isn't going to happen.