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#2 of 24 Re: Setting the clock on a 2002 Cavalier [tommy58]
Sep 12, 2006 (8:09 am)
Try this, in the lower right there is a up down button, press and hold for 2 seconds and the clock should start flashing. Going by memory, don't have the car anymore.
#3 of 24 Re: Setting the clock on a 2002 Cavalier [gonogo]
Sep 14, 2006 (12:35 am)
Thanks gonogo!! Wow, after 5 years of ownership I now have a clock that tells the time of day ! I don't know how many times I've hit those arrows but never knew to hold them down Thanks again. This forum is a great idea !
Jul 30, 2006 (5:43 pm)
Ok I have an 02 cavalier. Im not looking to do any hardcore street racing or anything like that but are there any easy/cheap/effective little things I can do that will give my ride that extra ummph and if at all possable maybe even squeeze a little bit of better gas milage. I am new to this if its not obvious. Any pointers in the right direction on this topic would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you all for the help
#6 of 24 Re: Tuning '02 cavalier [therealcrazy8]
by Karen@Edmunds HOST
Aug 01, 2006 (1:26 pm)
The Chevy Cavalier: Performance discussion may be helpful for you. Take a look thru the past posts and/or post your questions there.
#7 of 24 some Ideas
Feb 12, 2007 (8:06 pm)
I would do the suspension and new tires and brakes.
#8 of 24 Chevrolet Cavalier Traction Control
Apr 30, 2007 (11:50 am)
#9 of 24 2002 Cavalier Traction Control
Dec 24, 2006 (5:42 am)
Whats going on,
Picked me up a 2002 Cavalier, as we all know that is "Sadly" comes with traction control. Me im young i live in canada there is no place or time for me use traction control. Im sick of poppin the e-brake when i dont want that tire slip. How to i turn it off FULL TIME...?
#10 of 24 Re: 2002 Cavalier Traction Control [drewhay806]
Dec 24, 2006 (9:34 am)
Traction control is for ice and snow, where in hockey land do you live? I donít know of anyway to turn it off except by pulling your ABS fuse, not a good idea. You can disable it by starting off in first or second gear.
#11 of 24 Re: 2002 Cavalier Traction Control [gonogo]
Dec 24, 2006 (12:03 pm)
Your right it is for ice and snow, but if your like me and have a heavy foot and tire slip happens way to often poppin the ebrake or going to 1st or 2nd can be a pain. What happens if i pop the abs fuse...? Oh and as for hockey land Ontario my friend