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Chevrolet Cavalier, Sedan
#18 of 48 Re: Power windows. [kid12482]
Aug 07, 2007 (8:52 am)
I'm don't know how to fix the power windows on my cav, I wish I did because this is the second cav that I've had window problems with, the first one cost me $600 and now the new car is doing the same thing, I'll never buy another Chevy, they are crap! Thanks for letting me rant, Ann
#19 of 48 Re: Power windows. [anniemac]
Aug 07, 2007 (10:06 am)
Your right, you need to be a DIY to own a Cavalier.
#21 of 48 Aluminum Alloy Rim Polishing
Sep 06, 2007 (6:49 pm)
I have a '92 Z24 with stock aluminum alloy rims with a clear coat finish but they are tarnished. Does anyone know how to bring their shine back & maybe how to re-clear coat them ? Are there any items I should know good or bad about my 3.1 L/V6 with an auto trans ?
#22 of 48 2003 Power Windows Fail
Dec 21, 2007 (8:26 pm)
I purchased this car new and over the last 5 years, both windows failed. At first, they would get stuck and I could drive a bit and eventually, get window back up. But after awhile they finally, failed and had to be replaced by dealer under extended warranty.
Is anyone aware of any issue with voltage regulator, alternator or weak battery that may be cause these failures ?
#23 of 48 Re: 2003 Power Windows Fail [beatlefan]
Dec 22, 2007 (9:34 am)
Just low grade motors, every Cavalier since 1995 have had this problem.
#24 of 48 Re: 2003 Power Windows Fail [gonogo]
Dec 22, 2007 (11:05 am)
Thanks, It appears to be the consensus. How much extra would the vehicle cost to use a slightly better product ? You don't have answer this, just talking out loud. My dealership indicated when I had the first one replaced 2 years ago that there were no known issues. lol
#25 of 48 Cavalier rear window removal
Dec 22, 2007 (8:24 pm)
I have a 1993 Cavalier convertible with the left rear window sluggish. I tried to remove it to lubricate the mechanism but was unsuccessful. There is a bolt on the bottom of the window with the nut on the inside of the panel. I am afraid if I remove the nut to get the window out I will not be able to get the bolt back through the hole in the side panel. Can someone tell me if this bolt is fixed in the window mechanism so it will not fall out. Also to remove the backrest of the back seat I need a special tool that looks like a spline wrench... What is the size.
Thanks for the help
#26 of 48 Re: 2003 Power Windows Fail [beatlefan]
Dec 23, 2007 (7:57 am)
Well when you pay all the retires health and pension payments, workers not working, there is not much left to make a good car. The ironic thing is, it is a entry level car, after all your car troubles they think you will buy the next class up, not.