Question about 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
First you need to understand that your engine does not have valve covers. if you remove the ignation coil pack cover you will see to very thin covers this are not valve covers they are camshaft covers and if you unbolt them you will be removing the camshaft towers and this is not a good thing, do not unbolt them unless you are planing on replacing the timming chain because you will need to remove it to remove this covers, if you have an oil leak at the top of the engine it is most likely not the canshaft towers but is the oil sinding unit it is located under the coil cover at the back of the cylinder head....good luck
Posted on Dec 24, 2011
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