Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
Posted by Anonymous on
You'll have to take it to a parts store (O'Reily's/Advance/Auto Zone/etc...) they can do a scan for codes that will usually tell what the problem is, the scan should be free (unless they are a service/parts then there's likely a charge). more often than not, it's something like an O2 sensor, but it's worth also checking your fuel cap to see if the rubber seal is bad or heavily cracked, maybe just readjusting it will fix it (if it's a vapor leak).
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