That would be a standard transmission.
The cost to replace the clutch in a 1999 Chevy Cavalier ranges from $100 to $180. This depends on part brand and labor costs.
not unless the transmission already comes with a clutch for high performance hugh horsepower builds it would be better to upgrade the clutch anyway
I would guess that your clutch or transmission are bad. Hope that is just the clutch.
The hydraulic clutch reservoir is attached to the firewall. The hydraulic clutch slave cylinder is in front of the transmission. The transmission would have to be dropped to gain access to the slave cylinder.
The clutch start switch is bad.you will find it at the top of the clutch pedal
It will cost approximately $600 to have a manual transmission installed in your 2002 Chevy Cavalier. If you need to purchase a transmission, it will cost approximately $1500 more.
Could be a number of things, check your your transmission fluid, if the level is fine, it may be your transmission or clutch. Most likely your clutch, which is cheaper than a transmission.
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
No. Clutch is what disengages the motor from the transmission. Shift would be changing gears. You should depress the clutch to shift from one gear to another.
sounds like a fuel issue.
I am not sure what you mean by repair because it is a wear item. It would need to be replaced which would involve disconnecting your transmission from the engine, removing the pressure plate and flywheel bolts to disassemble the old unit then either getting the flywheel resurfaced or replacing it with new as well as a new pressure plate and clutch. You need a clutch alignment tool when you are reassembling the clutch,flywheel and pressure plate set. It usually comes with a clutch "kit" then you would reassemble and it would be wise to bleed to slave cylinder or adjust the clutch cable if it happens to be a mechanical transmission versus hydraulic. IF it is a mechanical transmission then you would be wise to first check the tension on the clutch cable to see if maybe you are not engaging the clutch entirely when you release the pedal as this can be a common cause of slippage in a mechanical transmission.
If no forward or slipping forward suspect problem in the forward clutch and circuit. Reverse does not use the same applied components
Installed incorrectly, driver who rides the clutch, clutch out of adjustment, weak pressure plate, that should have been replaced along with the clutch.
Clutch release bearing, if installed in this particular Nissan transmission (I don't know the specifics of this particular transmission), probably needs to be replaced. Clutch release bearing, if installed in this particular Nissan transmission (I don't know the specifics of this particular transmission), probably needs to be replaced.
The clutch (transmission release) is likely malfunctioning, then simple momentum will allow the transmission to jump gears. For standard transmission, check the clutch plate. For automatic transmissions, there is a misalignment caused by wear or failure.
there's a quick disconnect on the transmission it might be bad or you might be running out of clutch.
Clutch needs adjusting Syncronizers (burned) Throw out bearing
A major indicator would be when you push the clutch in, you can't shift your transmission. Another one would be when you push the clutch pedal, it just goes straight to the floor with no resistance, or it doesn't push in at all.
Its underneith the car by the transmission pan the cap on the engine block is just where you would fill it.
Why in the hell would you want to? You will burn your transmission up if you do, for sure.
Throwout bearing, bent/cracked clutch fork, and Poor clutch pressure are other potential causes. Transmission failure. Broken gears or transmission parts have become wedged in the path to the reverse gear. Rebuild transmission.
If it grinds going in and out of gear, your clutch is bad. If not, look at your linkage binding inside the transmission. Good luck. Clutch out of adjustment, or low of transmission lube.
The 2005 Cavalier with the 2.2L engine and a manual 5 speed transmission would get 23 miles per gallon city.
There may be some worn gears/bearings in the transmission, but more likely it's the aligning bushing in the clutch disk.