How much does a Chevy Cavalier ignition lock cylinder cost?
The best part is, our Chevrolet Cavalier Ignition Lock Cylinder products start from as little as $12.99. When it comes to your Chevrolet Cavalier, you want parts and products from only trusted brands. Here at Advance Auto Parts, we work with only top reliable Ignition Lock Cylinder product and part brands so you can shop with complete confidence.
What kind of transmission does a Chevy Cavalier have?
With two-door models, a 5-speed manual transmission was standard and a 3-speed automatic was optional, however the 3-speed automatic was made standard on sedans and wagons. An electronic dashboard was available with the RS and Z24 trims. For 1989, the steering column was redesigned.
When did the Chevy Cavalier come out in China?
The Chevrolet Cavalier is a line of small cars produced for the model years 1982 through 2005 by Chevrolet, and then later reintroduced in 2016 for the Chinese Market.
When did the Chevy Cavalier get a restyling?
The 1991 Cavalier got a more extensive restyling that involved a new hood, bumpers, headlights, taillights, wheel covers and a redesigned interior, however with the body style remaining unchanged. Most notably, the cooling system was redesigned to draw air from the bumper, giving it a Ford Taurus -style bumper and grille-less nose.
What does a failed throttle body part mean?
A failed TPS can mean delayed shifts, poor fuel management or even a no-start condition. It’s also something that will generally register a trouble code and illuminate the Check Engine light. If you’ve got a problem with the throttle body or TPS, shop Advance for replacement parts – it’s an easy job for a DIYer.
How is the throttle connected to the accelerator?
In the old days, there used to be a cable that was connected from the throttle to the accelerator. But now in the technological age, the car’s computer controls when the throttle opens and closes by the feedback it gets about the acceleration of the vehicle.
Where can I get a new throttle body?
If you’ve got a problem with the throttle body or TPS, shop Advance for replacement parts – it’s an easy job for a DIYer. We offer a complete line of new and remanufactured throttle bodies from Bosch, Hitachi, TechSmart, Dorman and VDO.
Can a car stall with a bad throttle position sensor?
The engine can stall for no reason and without any warning. This happens when the TPS gives incorrect information to the ECM. The engine can stall at high speed, at low speed, or even at idle. A faulty throttle position sensor will not let your car accelerate normally. Though this doesn’t happen all the time.