Bad heater core.
$52- $208 roughly. depends on if the heater core is bad.
i would like to remove the backseat from my 1992 chevy cavalier
Leaking radiator radiator hose head gasket water pump Heater core thermostat housing
The third generation of Chevy Cavaliers was from 1995-2005. So, you would think they would be compatible. However, Chevy gave the Cavalier a face lift in 2000. You can see more pictures and find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chevrolet_Cavalier
Why would you fix a Chevy Spectrum? lol!
heater core possibly plugged and leaking
Why would lights clicker and go deem when car wants to cut off the car is an 1985 Chevy cavalier?
The cost to replace the clutch in a 1999 Chevy Cavalier ranges from $100 to $180. This depends on part brand and labor costs.
I have a 1989 Chevy Cavalier, and I need to know how to put freon in to use the air conditioner in my Cavalier. Right now it is blowing hot air, would like cold air. Please help me.
The Thermostat on a 2001 Chevy Cavalier is not in the normal place where it would be on most engines. It is instead under the vehicle just inside the passenger side wheel well.
Replacing A Chevy Cavalier Heater Core Q. I have a 1997 Chevy Cavalier, automatic, 4 cylinder with A/C, floor shift console, 4 door sedan that I need to replace the heater core. I need instructions or pictures of how to dismantle the dashboard to install this. Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Rick Replacing A Chevy Cavalier Heater Core A. Well, the first thing you have to do is take out the instrument panel. Replacing A Chevy Cavalier Heater Core Remove or Disconnect 1. Negative battery cable. 2. Instrument panel. 3. Drain cooling system. 4. Raise vehicle. 5. Heater hoses from heater core. 6. Lower vehicle. 7. Heater core outlet. 8. Heater core cover. 9. There is a mounting screw located in a recess in the center of the cover. 10. Heater core mounting clamps and heater core. Install or Connect 1. Heater core and heater core mounting clamps. 2. Heater core cover. 3. Heater core outlet. 4. Raise vehicle. 5. Heater hoses to heater core. 6. Lower vehicle. 7. Fill cooling system and check for leaks. 8. Instrument panel. 9. Negative battery cable. Replacing A Chevy Cavalier Heater Core 1. Valve Housing Cover 2. Heater/Blower Module Bolt 3. Defroster Valve 4. Mode Valve 5. Heater-Vacuum Tank 6. Heater Module Mounting Bracket 7. Heater-Control 8. Heater Valve Lever Link 9. Defroster Valve Actuator 10. Heater Case 11. Heater Valve 12. Mode Valve Actuator 13. Temperature Valve Clip 14. Temperature Valve 15. Heater Core Shroud 16. Heater Core 17. Heater Core Strap 18. Heater Cover 19. Heater Outlet 20. Heater Core Shroud Seal 21. Heater Core Tube And Mount Seal 22. Heater Core Seal 23. Heater And A/C Control Switch Harness 24. Defroster Duct 25. Blower Motor Bolts 26. Blower Motor Isolator 27. Blower Motor 28. Blower Fan 29. Blower Resistor 30. Heater Case Seal 31. Blower And Air Inlet Case 32. Mounting Seal 33. Air Inlet Housing 34. Vacuum Harness http://autorepair.about.com/library/faqs/bl503f.htm
Leaking heater core
If I could answer this question, then I wouldn't be asking it. Now would I?
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
Low fuel pressure
I had that issue with my Cavalier and it turned out to be a fuel pump problem. I would check with your local mechanic.
Low coolant in the system. Defective heater control valve. Clogged heater core.
there is a whole in the heater core
The 1994 Cavalier creates a vacuum from the engine. There are vacuum hoses all through the engine bay, and under the dash.
Most of the time it is caused by a hole in the heater core, do you smell a sweet smell? The sweet smell would be the antifreeze.
Under the dash on the left side.
have you checked your fuses?
Why in the hell would you want to? You will burn your transmission up if you do, for sure.
This question is very wide. But, I would suspect the speed sensor.