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Skychief2001 is correct. There should be one wire with a small connector on it that goes to the "s" terminal on the starter (this is the trigger wire that activates the starter solenoid). All the other wires hook up with the large one. The large wire goes directly to the battery, the smaller wires are used to power various other circuits of the car and have nothing to do with the starter itself. It is just an access point for battery power.
1. regular anti-freeze with 50/50 water mix for coolant
2. oil is 10W-30 regular or synthetic
3. brake fluid: DOT 3 OR 4 4. automatic transmission fluid: ATF+4
5. differential without trailer towing package: 80W-90. with trailer package, use 75W-140 synthetic lube and (4) ounces of friction modifier 6. Transfer case: Dexron IV or multi-vehicle synthetic ATF
7. power steering: standard power steering fluid.
99 chev cavalier 2.2 problem: Driving along doing 70kms car just dies the only instrument light that came on was the oil light, radio and everything else still working. Shut it off checked oil, plenty in it. Tried to start it and it just wouldn't grab.
Get yourself some Lucas Oil.
Remove about a cup of oil from your power steering reservoir.
Replace with a cup of Lucas Oil
I used it on my truck steering and within two days of running no more steering problems
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1 remove the negative battery cable
2remove the drive belt
3remove the inlet and outlet lines from pump
4remove the 3 pump to bracket bolts then remove the pump
5if necessary,use a puller to remove the pump pully