1980 Chevrolet LUV Mikado pickup sputtering could be carb?
Just as an extra I would suggest you change the air filter as well as that is usually included when you change out the other filters.
Most Automotive Carbs rarely fail and are less complicated than you think. They are built in such a way that they can be stripped and serviced if they become a problem.
Get a Good Carburettor specialist to strip, clean, rebuild and reset the carb to see if that evens out the sputtering.
Blower won't go to defrost on 2003 cavalier
this happened to my 2003 cavalier 2 times now both times we had to take it to the dealer they told us that the cabel broke both times works great after they fix it thank god for warenties
What would make a 2002 2.2l cavalier turn over but wont start
If there is was no check engine light prior to the problem (which would normally indicate sensor problems), then I would suspect that the engine has jumped time. The 2.2L engines, although they have a timing chain and not a belt, had issues with the timing chain tensioner. This wars out, breaks, and allows the timing chain to jump across the gear teeth, putting the engine out of time. This will cause a no-start condition, and if bad enough, cause valve damage that will require the heads to be repaired. The easiest way to check for this problem is to perform a compression check of the cylinders. If the engine has jumped time, the compression in the cylinders will vary greatly from one cylinder to the next and will most likely be lower than normal.
I have a 2006 chevy
More than likely you need to have your blower motor checked and possibly replaced.
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