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Chevrolet Cavalier, Chevrolet, Transmission, Convertible
#11 of 14 you might be able to hear a brinelled bearing
Nov 08, 2002 (11:05 am)
aka one with a bunch of pits in it... by putting a mechanics stethoscope on the hub and spinning the tire. check with the others. if one sounds like a big wheel trike on a gravel drive, replace it.
#12 of 14 RE: WHEEL BEARINGS
Dec 10, 2002 (2:54 pm)
I JUST FOUND THIS SITE - PRETTY COOL - ANYWAY - I HAVE A 1996 CAVALIER W/ 200K MILES - REALLY - I HAD BOTH FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS REPLACED 75K MILES. JUST FYI ....
#13 of 14 Oil Pressure on new truck
Dec 11, 2002 (9:27 am)
Have a 2002 Chevy truck with the 4.8 V8. The oil pressure stays around 60#. Dealer says this is normal but I was wondering what other owners
oil pressure was running. Thanks for any info.
#14 of 14 That's right -
Dec 11, 2002 (9:35 am)
should be 25-30 at idle, 60-80 on normal driving and acceleration.