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You can usually get a Haynes manual at the auto parts stores or any big box store like Wal-mart that has an automotive section. This is the most common manual and does a good job at helping with most average mechanical repairs.
A cheaper alternative that you can get immediately is to sign on to "alldatadiy.com" It costs about $30US and is very car model specific. It has most common repairs with diagrams although if you are wanting to do major work it may come up short.
Both asume that you have some mechanical abilities so simple things like how to change oil won't be covered. They are also a little short on wiring diagrams.
If you need wiring diagrams check with "faxonautoliterature.com" They sell original dealer service manuals, but they also have a large selection of just wiring diagrams for about $15US. Hope this helps.
The original Chevy pump motor has a good life. Running the vehicle out of fuel, which will actually run the pump in a dry state can shorten the expected life span considerably. Gasoline is a petroleum product and actually lubricates the inside of the fuel pump. The more you run the vehicle low on fuel or out of fuel, the more damage will occur and the quicker the pump will fail. Try replacing the pump and follow the above procedures for a good performance of the pumps. Cavalier fuel pumps available here http://www.carpartswarehouse.com/carparts/1998/Chevrolet/Cavalier/Fuel_Pump_Assembly.html
yes. the pump has gone out on the car it is a comon problem on chevy's it is located in the fuel tank under the car. get ready to spend some money they ain't cheap and I would recomend replacing your fuel filter every other oil change because its the life of the fuel pump. and the aftermarket pumps aren't worth a dime. the pump cost on average 234.95 at most parts stores we are a shop here in mulberry and we charge a flat rate of 110 on any intake fuel pump their a pain to change. hope this helps.
I am a mechanic in a shop in my area and replacing a water pump on your car would not cost that much money. I checked the prices of a water pump and thermostat and I would not charge more than $250 for the job. I pays 1.5 hours labor to replace the pump. I hope this is helpful.
It depends on the area your in as to how much labor and parts are being charged.
here in waco tx. a factory installed exhaust would be around 600 - 800 dollars,a aftermarket exhaust would be about half that.