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How could I get a stripped bolt out of the thermostat housing for a 1996 chevy cavalier

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Thermostat housing is connected on the block itself. Just get one at scrapyard for 20$

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  • Sam Bait Mar 13, 2014

    ...or you could just remove the alternator to have easy acces and you drill the hole of broken bolt then you fit a bigger bolt inside. Dont forget to not drill too big so it wont inferfere the gasket when the elbow is back on.

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Check your battery terminals and clean them with a wire brush if they are corroded and make sure they are tight. If this doesn't work check the following: Fuel tank empty?, spark plugs incorrectly gapped if they are new, if old- maybe replace them, possibly faulty ignition coils, then maybe the crankshaft sensor is bad or timing chain is broken. I got the latter of information from the Haynes Repair Manual. Check this stuff in order. Good luck.

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SOURCE: Where is the PCV Valve located on the 1996 4 cyl Cavalier?

the thumbscrew with a hose coming out on the pass. side of your valve cover

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SOURCE: 1996 Chevy Cavalier - How to replace the spark plug wires?

one at a time so you dont lose firing order ..which is 1 3 4 2

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SOURCE: change a serpentine belt on a 1996 chevy cavalier

Diagram should be under the hood
The auto tensioneris down low and dificult to get to.
If it has not been changed in a while you will need a long thin push stick and a serpentine tool.
Push on the belt hard at the auto adjuster and pop the belt off the smooth pully (located top).
hook up the serpentine belt tool and then mount the new belt

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SOURCE: 1996 Chevy cavalier is stuck in neutral

There are no easy fixes with automatic transmission but you could have the shift linkage checked to see if it can be adjusted. The neutral adjust switch may be out of adjustment or malfunctioning. It could be a number of problems but I would take it to an expert you trust because it may be something simple and they will tell you that you need your transmission rebuilt.

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    Fig. Remove the thermostat outlet bolts and outlet
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