Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
I had a similar thing happen to me in a Chevy Citation.It ended up being a bad piston.It was long ago and I don't remember if it had a hole in it or if it failed or whatever.The best way to verify it would be a compression test.It will tell if the combustion chamber is properly sealed.A piston bad enough to do what you are saying will be very noticeable and obvious.AAA approved shop is what I always recommend if you are in USA.Good luck,Greg
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