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SOURCE: How to put front breaks on a 1999 chevy automatic cavalier

Place the bike on a stand, disconnect the cable, remove the wheel, set the wheel brake side up, use the bolt slightly inserted in the drum, or two oposing screw drivers around the drum to pull it from the wheel. Once pulled, remove the springs and shoes,lightly sand the inner drum on the wheel, install new pads and springs, spray both drums with brake clean, reassemble drums and wheel, install the wheel, and then adjust cable tension and brake pressure at first the wheel, and then at the bars. Test and readjust as needed.

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 chevy cavalier rally sport - Alternator?

It all depends on Motor size and if you have air conditioning.

Posted on Sep 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Biggest problems with the 1999 Chevy Cavalier?

Well the biggest problems for the 98 and 99 cavaliers are that they mess up from the timing chain,..they make a rattling noise on the right side underneath the fender.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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SOURCE: I have 1999 chevy cavalier. My ABS light is oh.

Drive it. Then have the rear abs brake sensors checked because they seem to be the first to go in a system like that. Someone with a scan tool should be able to read out any trouble codes in the abs system

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the iat sensor located on a 1999 chevy cavalier 4cyl

The Intake Air Temperature (IAT) sensor determines the air temperature inside the intake manifold. Resistance changes in response to the ambient air temperature. The sensor has a negative temperature coefficient. As the temperature of the sensor rises the resistance across the sensor decreases. This provides a signal to the PCM indicating the temperature of the incoming air charge. This sensor helps the PCM to determine spark timing and air/fuel ratio. Information from this sensor is added to the pressure sensor information to calculate the air mass being sent to the cylinders. The IAT is a two wire sensor, a 5-volt reference signal is sent to the sensor and the signal return is based upon the change in the measured resistance due to temperature.

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Fig. 1: The IAT sensor is located in the air cleaner outlet tube-2.2L engine and 2.4L engine

Hope helped.

Posted on Apr 11, 2010

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I have a 1999 Chevy cavalier that has a hard time cranking, but will always start. The fuel pump is coming on and working any advice would be very helpful. P/S i bought the car used with this problem.


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I have 1999 chevy cavalier. My ABS light is oh.


Drive it. Then have the rear abs brake sensors checked because they seem to be the first to go in a system like that. Someone with a scan tool should be able to read out any trouble codes in the abs system

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Biggest problems with the 1999 Chevy Cavalier?


Well the biggest problems for the 98 and 99 cavaliers are that they mess up from the timing chain,..they make a rattling noise on the right side underneath the fender.

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1999 chevy cavalier rally sport - Alternator?


It all depends on Motor size and if you have air conditioning.

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There should be a relay under the hood or in the fuse box for day time running lights. Most of them are labeled.

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