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That's a pretty big job, if you're not a mechanic.
in general (I've not done one on an Aveo)
1. detach intake and exhaust manifolds from head
2. remove sparkplugs and move all wiring aside
3. Remove cover from top
4. Guessing overhead cams, remove belt/chain
5. remove head bolts.
6. pull head. I used to have a special tool that threaded into plug holes and pressed down on head studs. Otherwise, we'd end up lifting the whole car by the head and beating on it to get the head off.
7. clean gasket debris off head and block.
8. If needed send head out to be milled to flat.
9. place head gasket, add head, and torque to specs.

and the rest of what you did to get it off, in reverse order.

Chevrolet 2004... | Answered on Jun 09, 2015

Fuse Block - I/P- instrument panel
At the left side of the I/P, near the left door jamb switch. there are four fuse's that supply power to the I/P fuse #3 cruise 10amp - fuse #4 Gauges 10amp - fuse #11 CLSTR 10amp - fuse #19 RDOBATT 15amp ! Hi Dave hope this helps , but I have to ask what trouble are you having ? Gauges not working ? GM had problems with instrument clusters 03 to 06 , had bad stepper motors that controlled the gauges !
There are f
How to repair GM Instrument Cluster Speedometer Gauge Stepper

Chevrolet 2003... | Answered on Mar 30, 2015

Low gear to high no more than 25mph. Beware of axle wind.i.e. Some vehicles aren't designed to drive on dry surfaces with no slip in 4wd.check you vehicle specs online.

Chevrolet 1992... | Answered on Feb 27, 2015

If it has a multi-link rear suspension that is fitted with rose joints it could be one or more of those.

Mostly in the case of vehicle noise assistants are needed to bounce the car to duplicate the noise while someone is underneath with a stethoscope listening.

Careful inspection with a good light can sometimes show something that has been moving that shouldn't be moving. Such things are often able to be seen by a different coloured line around the object or some rusty-coloured powder.

A vehicle mechanic would hope for a more comprehensive description than "squeak" as an aid to recognising it and locating it. Is it for instance, a rubber, plastic or metal type noise? Is it a noise that is heard only when large bumps are driven over or is it a more rapid jiggly sort of noise?
Accurately describing symptoms by painting a sound picture with words is of invaluable help...

Chevrolet 2005... | Answered on Feb 17, 2015

Check pages 8, 9, 10, 24, 25 and 26. Sounds like the body VIN is only a partial of the actual Vehicle Identification Number. I am confident your question(s) may be answered when you read this.
Good luck!

Chevrolet 2002... | Answered on Feb 16, 2015

Most likley the battery. Thats the most probable cause. If you do solve the issue with that youll probably have some fluid leaks from gaskets and seals sitting so long.
Hope this helps

Chevrolet 1985... | Answered on Feb 11, 2015

Sounds like crank or cam sensor

Chevrolet 1995... | Answered on Feb 08, 2015

there is 8 bolts around the bell housing on the transmission the two that you are missing are at the very top of the transmission bell housing to get to them you can try getting them from the top right there behind the firewall I mean by the or once you have taken the crossmember out that holds it transmission behind right there on the tail shaftmake sure you put a jack under the transmission on the belly pan and then slowly let the transmission down about 3 inches 4 inches then you'll be able to see the two bolts at the top just take one or two long extensions and you're 15 millimeter socket and go to town on it's all I can say

Chevrolet 1995... | Answered on Jan 22, 2015

open the driver side door on the side of the dashboard there's a fuse boxthe same to use the works your power locks is the same one for ur rear but the best thing you can do is just look at your trucks manual if you have it it'if you don't have it look on Googleit will show you what number fuse it is

Chevrolet 1996... | Answered on Jan 22, 2015

You're the guy with the transmission that doesn't wanna go in. I was under the impression that you had the rear of the engine supported with a jack or something else to keep it from hanging with the transmission removed. Most engines need this or they will droop in the rear. If your isn't supported and needs to be lowered in the rear, putting a jack under the oil pan won't help. There are motor mounts of the right and left side of the engine holding it in place. These have rubber blocks that dampen vibration while the engine runs to make a smoother ride and less cabin noise. You may need to look and make sure that the distributor and or other parts at the top rear of the engine are not against the firewall. This can happen and will hold the engine's rear up. If the distributor cap is against the firewall, you can gain an inch or two of drop if you remove the cap and rotor. You will have to raise the engine to clear the cap while you do it. To raise the engine, place a wood block under the oil pan and jack it up from there.

Chevrolet 1995... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015

Re-installing a transmission can be troublesome, especially if you don't have the luxury of a transmission jack to aid you. The key to quick and easy assembly is luck and alignment. The transmission must be perfectly aligned or it won't slide into place. If you are hitting on things trying to get the alignment right, you may need to lower the rear of the engine a bit. Having it level or where you think it should be normally is too high to get the transmission to clear the tunnel area. One you get the transmission mated, then raise the rear of the engine back up.

Chevrolet 1995... | Answered on Jan 20, 2015

There are usually 6 or 7 (there may be one at the very top of the bell housing). You may have to separate the trans from the engine with a prybar...they can get stuck. Remember to support the transmission when pulling back on it, because once you drop off the alignment pins, all the weight will shift to the splined shaft going through the clutch disc. You don't want all the weight hanging on that shaft. It can cause binding and bushing/bearing damage.

Chevrolet 1995... | Answered on Jan 18, 2015

remove the plenum. top half of intake manifold only 8bolts and leave most things atached. will give you enough room to get alt out.

Chevrolet 2005... | Answered on Jan 16, 2015

most likely the blower motor resistor is faulty you can check to see if switch is good with test light at resistor also.

Chevrolet 1993... | Answered on Jan 16, 2015

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