the car is not in park the stering wheel maybe in a bind, shake the wheel and try again
i have dash light problems also and my easy fix is just hitting the dash . the lights all work again after i do!
best answer is take it to a brake shop it's not something that should put your life on the line for. but if you have to do it you will need a Chevy brake tool or an Allen wrench to remove the calipers then its simple to switch out pads. drums again I recomend a shop.
it sounds like a vacuum line problem.you will need to get a diagram of your vacuum lines,usually under the somewhere,or in the manual.as you fix all the vacuum problems the car will probably run alot better.
Turn the key off and the light resets. If it comes back on (except for bulb-test), that means a problem has already been detected again and needs to be repaired.
it may be the o2 scensor
Your question does not quite make sense. Neutral is an adjective, it modifies some noun. So, you could ask if baking flour has a neutral flavor (it does) or if it is electrically neutral (yes again) or if it is politically neutral (not really; inanimate objects are incapable of either partisanship or neutrality). Or perhaps you are enquiring about its pH level, which again is neutral.
If you're not mechanicaly inclined it's not a very good idea to try it yourself. Any how. it takes about an hour or so give or take, but then again that's me doing it.
with the truck running, put it in neutral then shift the four wheel drive lever into either 4hi or 4lo you should be able to hear it go in if it grinds wait for the engine to idle down then try again. make sure the truck is in neutral
Dealer was just under $300 but broke again in 10 months; next repair down the street was just under $600 - 1999 Z24 conv
Please ask this question again specifying the year of cavalier and the engine. Also, are there words that seem to make it stutter more than other words? Do you have one of these engines? 2.8L 2.5L 2.2L OHV 2.2L Ecotec 2.2L Quad4 SOHC 2.4L Quad4 DOHC Have you had a tune-up lately?
Did u try to change the fuel filter or leave the gas cover off and see if that helps. On my 1990 Z-24, it was the crankshaft sensor.
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You cannot be anyone except yourself.
not really, after WWI they had large death count, and they didn't want to see that again, but after WWII America became a world power, and wasn't afraid of pushing countries around, except Russia.
Yes it does, via the neutral wire.
There is nothing to save. When the neutral wire becomes disconnected the equipment just stops operating. Disconnect the power supply, reconnect the neutral and the equipment will start operating again.
Fuse block locations vary from model to model. Ask again specifying the model of your Chevy.
To set the clock on a 2002 Chevy cavalier you must press and hold one of the arrow keys located near the clock. You will hear a "beep" this is letting you know that your car is ready to set the clock. Quickly after you hear this beep, press the arrow buttons up and down and that changes the time. Leave it alone after the time is set and it will set itself permently until you change it again!! Very easy!
Open the radiator cap and pour coolant in. If you're filling an empty system, you'll want to leave the cap off, and run the engine for 30 minutes or so to 'burp' out any air in the system, then top your coolant off again.
GM manufactured several models of manual transmissions - they weren't all the same - and there'll be quite a substantial difference between a manual which was used in a Silverado and one which was used in a Cavalier. Try again with the transmission model.
Put gas in the tank and try again.
No. You will stall(or cut-out). This means that the car shuts down and then you have to clutch in and put it into neutral. Then(still on the clutch) turn on the car again.
97 Chevy WHAT CAR TRUCK. Need more information. Please ask your question again with that info.
I think that one just has to sit for an hour for the fuel pump to start working again, that is assumming, of course, you don't trip it again....