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Will a 97 cavaliers transisson fit in 96 cavalier

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If body style is the same and motor size is the same yes

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1996 chevy cavalier and 2001 chevy cavalier fuel pump interchageable


In the book a 96 model only fits 96-98 cars.
But the actual pump may be the same. You get an assembly including float and lines when you buy a new part.
You may be able to look at a new assembly for each year and tell if the actual pumps are the same style.

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I put a 97 engine in my 96 cavalier and it will not start. it has power at the coil and injector pulse but no spark. I had to change the crank sensor from the 96 to the 97 engine because it had the 3 wire...


There are several thongs that could cause this. Have you checked the ignition module? The wore harnesses or ecu could be different. A number of sensors on the new engine could be bad or incorrect.

Mar 06, 2011 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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I have a 96 cavalier the motor went, i took the motor from a 98 and put in the 96 evaery thing fit right but the knot sincere, there 3 wires on the 96 and 2 on the 98 how do i fix this


this is going to be a difference between computers and wiring harnesses. Motors my fit but the sensors and computer monitoring systems are different

Mar 30, 2010 | 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

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I m looking at a 96 cavalier will my wrecked 2000


The main body panels should all fit as long as they are both the same model. 2 door, 4door.

Mar 14, 2010 | 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Radiator and 96' vs 97' Chevy Cavalier


In 97, most car makers changed body styles and sometimes they change mounting brackets and so on. If you can find a radiator from the same year or slightly newer, you may be better served than taking a chance on an older one. I would call a radiator shop and ask them what years will fit your car. They will probably try to sell you one but it will give you the information you need to make a productive search for the part that works best for you and your budget.

Jan 07, 2010 | 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier

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Chevrolet Cavalier Bumper


Headlight and parking lights are different

97 cavalier:
http://www.vanisletrader.com/images/97-chev-cavalier.jpg

2001 cavalier:
http://media.canadatrader.com/companies/2175/items/Normal/14-1779271186-F2CDEB43.jpg

Only way it would work is to do the 01 conversion by switching the whole doghouse (fenders, hood, bumper, lights, etc.) It can be done though.

Mar 27, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier

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