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There is only one Mass Air Flow sensor .No such thing as a bank 1 or bank 2 Mass Air flow sensor on a 2000 Chevy Cavalier. I think you mean Bank 1 O2 sensor . For that I need to know if you have a 4 cylinder or a V-6 . If it is a 4 cylinder it is located in the center of the exhaust manifold at the front of the engine under the hood. If you have a V-6 it is still loctaed in the exhaust maniifold but at the end of it where the exhaust pipes bolt up
Happened to me many times. The sensor gets hot and the plastic cracks, which makes the sensor expand in the hole. If you have sprayed the hole with penetrating oil, the next thing is to pretend it is a broken bolt and drill it out. You may be able to drill into it and screw a large sheet metal screw in to pull against. Just be careful not to push it into the block.
remove the mounting screw on the lens, then remove the top 2 bolts holding the headlamp, pull headlamp out to gain access to the mounting nut on the turn signal. Remove the nut and the turn signal light will pull straight out allowing you to replace the bulb.
my 2000 cavalier was doing the same thing. My dad found that I had a lose connection to my starter. there is a cluster of wires if you pull up on it it will tighten a bolt and my car started after that. Now I have a whole new set of problems. Good Luck!
You can not put a 3.8 liter in to a 2000 cavalier, but you can put in a 3.4 liter. The 3.8 liter is to wide and will not fit the engine bay, the 3.4 can fit but tight and to replace the rear spark plugs. Your going to have to drop the engine again, if not rotate it forward to get enough room. First thing to do is measure the cavalier's engine cradle and fabricate the engine mounts using the engine cradle from the 3.4 liter . Once you have that, test fit to the engine clip on the cavalier with the 3.4. After the test fit, your going to have to fabricate the wheel bearing to take the bigger CV joints and may have to rebuild the CV joints to get the proper lengths. The accessory items i think are find where they are and the steering racks are fine, the other thing you may want to do is add a transmission cooler since the radiator will be taxed already to keep the 3.4 cooled unless your planing to go with the 5 speed which is a smaller transmission then the automatic as long as your downer car is a 5 speed so you don't have to worry about the lines to the clutch. Other then that, it's juts a transplant or the ECM and wire harness. The OEM dash gauge will work fine with the ECM. If there is a auto body shop around you, you can ask them for the engine mount measurements to the 3.4 on the cradle and the engine mount measurements on the cavalier with the 2.2 liter or what ever 4 cylinder you have. The other thing you can do also is spend $2000.00 for a turbo kit that just bolts right up which would get your car back on the road in 6 hour then 3 weeks if not longer. Good luck and keep me posted.
You need to take the door cover off, then pull the plastic away till you can see the rivets. Drill the rivets out. As the window slides down , you need to take the two bolts that hold the window to the regulator off, ther is a slot open in the door frame for this. Then pull the motor and regulator out thru the big hole in the frame. Drill the rivets out on the motor , so u can reuse the regulator. You can either use nuts and bolts or rivets to put the motor and regulator back together. But when u put the motor back in the door, unless u have access to a body shot, using bolts to mount it to the door frame is best