Question about 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier
Standerd 5 speed
Take the belt of check all the pulleys for any noise. could be the a/c compressor or power steering pump.
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine power loss
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
sounds like there is a problem with the day time running lights my does the same thing but because i installed HID light so i no long have day time lights try changing headlight bulbs if not then its a short
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
You have outer CV joint bad on the right side, suggest you replace both sides with complete rebuilt axles you can get at any discount autoparts stores... some of them can even do the repair for you... replace seals, axles and align, be done with it and have a peice of mind... not to exepensive a couple hundred bucks...sometimes what happens is the rubber boot on the CV joint tears and throws its grease out every where around the wheel well, look for grease splatter, a good clue....
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
this is sofware built into the EPROM, so unless someone has done a eprom modification for this car you are stuck with it.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
First check your brake fluid.
Either you have a failing brake booster, or you have developed a leak in one of your brake lines. If your brake line is leaking, it should be pretty evident, i.e. oily looking substance sprayed underneath the vehicle or in the wheel wells, if the booster is leaking (the large black/silver almost bowl shaped thing directly in front of the driver under the hood against the back wall) there will most likely be fluid dripping down the firewall below it, if your brake fluid is extremely low/empty, you probably have a leak, that could be at the booster or on a line, or even at the caliper/drum. If it is empty (which can make your ABS light, light up) then you have yourself a leak. Also, if the fluid is really low, you could try adding some, although you will have air in the lines if it was low enough to floor the brake, but you might be able to find the leak if you refill the fluid and cause it to spray from the leak again. Have someone watch under the vehicle while you do this.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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