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  • Seat Belt

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  • Fuel Pump

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About Chevrolet Cavalier

Being General Motor's attempt to regain market share that had been lost to the Japanese automaker, who had been the first to recognize the public's need for compact, more fuel-efficient transportation, Chevrolet Cavalier was produced by an American multinational corporation General Motors Company's automobile Chevrolet Division from 1981 to 2005 as a small family. Originally introduced to replace the Chevrolet Monza in North America, Cavalier was one of the longest continually produced vehicles in GM's history as well as one of the best-selling cars in the U.S., however, after being manufactured through three generations, Cavalier was still replaced by Chevrolet Cobalt in the United States and Canada.
The second-generation Chevrolet Cavalier was produced from 1987 to 1994 in coupe version only. And it came in three trim levels: VL, RS and Z24. During this generation, Chevy Cavalier was powered by 2.0 L I4 rated at 90 hp, 2.2 L I4 producing 95 horsepower, 2.8 L V6 making 125 hp and 3.1 L V6 generating 140 horsepower and all these engines sent power through either 5-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. The most recent Cavalier arrived in 1995 and got expanded dimensions and more aerodynamic styling. The convertible and sedan also returned, and it came in Base, LS, LS Sport and Z24 trim levels. initially, a 2.2 L I4 rated at 120 hp and a 2.3 L I4 making 150 hp were available. Then a new 2.2 L DOHC I4 and a 2.4 L I4 were added. Power was sent through 3-speed, 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual transmissions.

Chevrolet Cavalier Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Being praised for offering acceptable handling and power, a reasonably compliant ride and excellent fuel economy, Chevy Cavalier is a qualified and above-bar family car. But since you have Cavalier for family use, you should be careful about these common problems on it:
First, beyond the question, engine issue still ranks first among all others on Chevrolet Cavalier. But though it is a common problem, different vehicle owners could lead to different results, all depends on how early it can be diagnosed and solved. First of all, these symptoms such as ticking or clanking noises from the engine, engine maintains at a high operation temperature due to lacking adequate coolant, engine stalls, runs roughly and even suffers from starting issues. Moreover, if you notice an obvious decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy in your Cavalier, and both Check Engine Light and Low Coolant Light come on, please get the Cavalier throttle cable, rocker arm, coolant reservoir, radiator, timing belt tensioner, timing chain tensioner, water pump gasket and crankshaft fully inspected thoroughly.
Second, issues on transmission and suspension systems are also serious enough to lead to fatal accidents on Chevrolet Cavalier. Differing from other Cavalier's attitude to these two problems, you should pay more attention to them as transmission failure often causes inaccurate gear readings and vehicle starting in another gear or not going gear at all as well as transmission slippage, thus, Cavalier shift cable, synchronizer ring, and shift linkage boot should be kept in good condition all the time. As for suspension failure, you need to pay more attention to the working condition of the Cavalier steering knuckle, sway bar kit, and sway bar bushing.
Always attaching enough importance to the routine maintenance work on your Chevrolet Cavalier, as it often works as a lifesaver. As for what parts of your Cavalier need to be maintained regularly, you need to remember those vital parts but always works intensively or under harsh conditions are desperately needed. Thus, emblem, headlight, seat belt, wiper blade, windshield wiper, and electrical parts including ignition switch, window motor, wiper motor, and oil pressure switch should be on the routine maintenance list.
For your Chevy Cavalier's longer lifespan, please always stand for OEM Chevrolet Cavalier auto parts as parts replacements, which also accord with economical lifestyle. Because holds a vast selection of lowest-priced genuine Chevrolet Cavalier auto parts backed by the manufacturer's warranty, which means quality, reliability, durability and even affordability of these OEM Cavalier parts are needed to worry about. Furthermore, all your orders are also backed by the hassle-free return policy and quickest delivery service. I assume you would like to have a best-shaped Cavalier in the shortest time, so, please shop with confidence now!