You must leave the key in the ignition on the "run position" for 15 minites until the theft light stops flashing then you are able to start the car (if you try to start the car before that you will have to start the time and process over again). If you have a aftermarket alarm in the vehicle you must disable the stock alarm through your dealer. if that is not the situation i would check the starter, wireing on the starter and or battery.
yes it comes stock
It comes out the back of the light housing.
it comes on when you need gas
The shifter knob on a 1995 Chevy Cavalier is thread on. To remove it just spin the knob counter clockwise until it comes off.
Buy a kit at Wal-Mart or auto parts comes with instructions
This is included and comes with everything you need to install it. Its a great addition to a factory sound system.
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
depends on your driving habits, size of fuel tank, and average fuel consumption.
Have your a/c compressor checked by a mechanic.
Pull the wheel, pull the caliper and the rotor comes right off. You may have to tap the back side of it to loosen it up.
Through the hole that the door handle comes through you can feel a screw. Remove the screw and the handle should come off.
The 2002 Chevy Cavalier has a sealed transmission. On the front of the transmission there is a 11mm bolt that sticks out from the side. Loosen it, if ATF comes out, it's full, if not, take that cap back off and add some more until it comes out of the check plug (it's very easy to miss! look carefully, driver side, 11mm bolt protruding from side)
it means that your tires are spinning or your in first or second gear its just telling you that your traction control is readin that you have low traction
Sources of owners manual are Dealer, Salvage Yard, Ebay, and many on-line sites. Check Engine light will come on when the computer has detected a fault in the emissions system. Scanning the computer will list a fault code that will help to narrow down the problem. EST is, Electronic Spark Timing. I have a 97' Chevy Cavalier, and my check engine light comes on every once and a while. When it does come on the ETS OFF light also comes on...did you mean the ETS OFF light? or the EST OFF light? ETS OFF means the Enhanced Traction System. I took my car to Autozone and had them read the computer and it had something to do with a misfiring sparkplug, I replaced the sparkplugs and now everything is fine.
Your PCV valve ( or PCV system ) could be plugged ( positive crankcase ventilation )
The water pump on a 93 cavi is $32.99 and comes with some kind of fan assembly. keep in mind the cost of anti-freeze.
fill the clutch resivoir pump the clutch pedal open the bleeder screw and tighten it back up and repeat until the air is out and just fluid comes out
Most likely, one of the right side turn signal bulbs is burned out.
To determine the cause of a 'service' light activating, you need to have someone with the appropriate equipment connect to the car's computer to read the code for a particular problem.
It comes on when wheel spin is detected. This indicates the system is working.
I believe its a 3 inch pipe.
2005 was the last year for the Cavalier. Owners were having tooooo many problems like gauge and lighting problems,suspenion problems,brake, head gaskets and just about everything else. GM wouldn't give recall's on it because it would drag them under. So, insted of fixing the problems they would just quit building them. but they needed something to take it's place. That's where the Chevy Cobalt comes in.
Sounds like your brake switch is bad, it should be under the dash where the brake pedal comes down. It has a pin coming out the touches the brake lever.
The 1995 Cavalier could have a stopped up transmission filter, or a vacuum solenoid problem. These would be the two most likely places to cause the problem.
Typical Chevy guy.. used to buying everything pre made that comes with instructions.. you might have to build something yourself this time..like the twin M90's on my 5.2 dakota.. the ones off the Ford Thunderbird SC I found work nice.. easy to use for an intercooled system..