Chevrolet Cavalier owners manuals
- Turn Signal Switch May Break and Produce Signals Not To Work
- Power Window Motors May Lose From Overheating
- Check Engine Light Due to Gas Cap Issue
- Replace Fuel Filter Each 30,000 to Stop Fuel Pump Failure
- Serpentine Belt Tensioner May Fail
- Front Brake Rotor Wear Can Cause Pulsations.
- Faulty Gauges going Haywire
- Speedometer Stopped Working
The Chevrolet Cavalier is a range of small vehicles built for the model years 1982 till 2005 by Chevrolet, and then relaunched in 2016 for the Chinese dealers. As a rebadged version of GM's J-cars, the Cavalier was produced beside the Buick Skyhawk, Cadillac Cimarron, Pontiac Sunbird, and Oldsmobile Firenza at GM's Janesville Assembly factories.
The Cavalier substituted the Monza in the U.S. The Monza was available as a coupe, a hatchback, and wagon. The Chevrolet Cavalier models were powered by a 2.2 L-liter gas engine, delivering up to 140 hp, depending on the engine type. They come with front-wheel drive and paired with a standard 5-speed manual transmission.
Chevrolet Cavalier known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Chevrolet Cavalier are: