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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Chevrolet Cavalier Bumper
Headlight and parking lights are different
Only way it would work is to do the 01 conversion by switching the whole doghouse (fenders, hood, bumper, lights, etc.) It can be done though.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Under the hood driver side close to the master cylinder and fender, has black cover , pull cover off.Hope this was helpful.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
I just bought a 2002 Chevy Cavalier, the battery had acid all over it, so I replaced it, then the none of the dash gauges would come on, I looked again at the fuse box color coded fuses were mixed up, and upside down, how can I find the diagram that says what sizes of fuses go where?
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
Seems like you were given very good advice and Diagrams. You may be unfamiliar with the term "Flash" so I will add that the operating instructions(Software) may not installed on the computer you purchased. The operating info may need to be added (Flashed) so the computer can work. Just having the box fit the connections does not mean it is ready to go.
Another point is that when you add electric equipment to your vehicle, always have a fuse in place. If you don't want to use an inline fuse then there are Aftermarket parts that clip into your fusebox and they provide power terminals you can use with your existing fusebox.
Your Alternator could be damaged, but an engine can run without an Alternator for a short time period.
Check your coilpak using an Ohmmeter with the Battery disconnected. If it has continuity, it should work. Then set up a test light to the supply wire for power to the coil and turn on the Ignition to RUN position after you reconnect the battery. The coil should be getting power in the RUN position. If it does not, you need to trace down that power line.
Posted on Nov 09, 2011
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