How to Replace the CV Joint on a 1989 Chevy Corsica?

Answer The CV (Constant Velocity) joint on your 1989 Chevy Corsica may be going bad if you notice a clunking noise coming from underneath the front of your car when you make a sharp turn. The CV joint is ... Read More »

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1989 Chevy Corsica Mechanic's Tips?

Chevrolet offered the 1989 Corsica in three different trim levels: a hatchback, sedan and notchback. Hatchbacks and notchbacks are equipped with a 2-liter engine that generates 90 horsepower and pr... Read More »

How Do I Replace an O2 Sensor on a '95 Chevy Corsica?

The 1995 Chevrolet Corsica depends on an oxygen sensor within the exhaust system to monitor the amount of oxygen in the exhaust. The oxygen content of the exhaust determines how much fuel the car u... Read More »

How to Replace an Alternator on a '91 Chevy Corsica?

The alternator on the 1991 Chevy Corsica is mounted on the engine near the exhaust manifold with multiple brackets, but you won't need to remove all the brackets to remove the alternator. You need ... Read More »

How to Replace a 1992 Chevy Corsica Alternator?

Replacing the alternator on a Chevy Corsica is relatively easy because the part has only a few electrical connectors and two retaining bolts. Be sure to take your old alternator to the parts store ... Read More »