Question about 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier
#1) Test your Battery Condition.
#2) Check your Battery Cables for a Good Tight Connection at Battery Posts and at Starter. Note: Some Corrosion is not Visable, Until you Cut The Battery Cable Instalation Back a inch or so.If you Find Corrosion there,Replace Battery Cables.
#3) After Visual Check, TEST= 1st Remove a Wire to your Coil Pack. So Enginge Doe'nt Statr during test. Using a Volt Meter connect the Volt meter On the Positive side of Batt. Cable and to the Solenoid or Starter Relay. if the meter reads 0.5 then its showing a High Resistance Replace that Cable or Clean the Cables . And Check the Groung as well.
#4) Also The 2005 Cavalier On most models You have a Starter RELAY Located in Fuse Box or Boxes . Its a 5 Pin Square Relay.
and also some have Both Relay and Solenoid. Check Connections Good.
#5) Some Starters need to be Shimmed,the casting is different than the Original started could be 0,05 -0.020 Shims come in different thicknesses.
#6) Or could be Ignition Swith its Self.
Start a #1 then work your way down.
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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