Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Well sounds like a fuel issue,pump or regulator. But to check the cat, simply drill a small hole,like the would fit a 1/4" npt fitting & use a regulor vaccuum/pressure guage to read it. Should be less than 1lb. of pressure at idle. 1.5 or more than there's a problem.
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