My '98 Cavalier Has No Power & Runs Better With the MAP Sensor Unplugged?

Answer The manifold absolute pressure sensor on the 1998 Chevy Cavalier measures the changes to vacuum pressure inside the air intake system. The pressure in the intake manifold constantly is changing as ... Read More »

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Why Does My Car Run Better With the PCV Valve Unplugged?

The PCV valve is the key component in the positive crankcase ventilation system. A defective PCV valve can cause a number of problems for an automobile engine. Though you can remedy these problems ... Read More »

Internet keeps saying "a cable is unplugged" but the cable isn't unplugged?

No, the Internet is not saying a cable is unplugged. The Internet is a worldwide network of computers, and doesn't say ANYTHING."it was not like this before"Before... WHAT? What happened? Knowin... Read More »

The Location of the ABS Sensor on a 2001 Cavalier?

The phrase ABS sensor refers to your Cavalier's wheel-speed sensors. During typical vehicle operation, the wheel-speed sensors monitor the movement of a rotary gear called the toothed-ring. The inf... Read More »

How to Change the Crank Sensor on a Cavalier 2.4?

The crankshaft sensor on the Chevrolet Cavalier 2.4 is located in the middle of the side of the block, just above the oil pan and above the oil filter. It provides a signal through the ignition mod... Read More »