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2001 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Right LKQ - Value Line

P311-4A682AE    GM2503202V  New

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LKQ Headlight Assembly  Right
  • PASSENGER SIDE HEAD LIGHT ASSEMBLY; INCLUDES MOUNTING BRACKET
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Brand: LKQ
Position: Right
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2001 - Chevrolet Cavalier Right
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2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Right LKQ - Reconditioned

P311-136E2A5    GM2503202R  Remanufactured

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  • PASSENGER SIDE HEAD LIGHT ASSEMBLY; INCLUDES MOUNTING BRACKET
  • Reconditioned
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Position: Right
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2002 - Chevrolet Cavalier Right
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2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Left LKQ - NSF Certified / Platinum Plus

P311-125BC1D    GM2502202N  New

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  • DRIVER SIDE HEAD LIGHT ASSEMBLY; INCLUDES MOUNTING BRACKET
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Position: Left
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2002 - Chevrolet Cavalier Left
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2005 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Right LKQ - Value Line

P311-4E6D04D    GM2503221V  New

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LKQ Headlight Assembly  Right
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2005 - Chevrolet Cavalier Right
LKQ
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Left LKQ - Value Line

P311-2FD8C64    GM2502221V  New

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LKQ Headlight Assembly  Left
  • DRIVER SIDE HEAD LIGHT ASSEMBLY
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Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
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2005 - Chevrolet Cavalier Left
LKQ
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Left LKQ - CAPA Certified / Platinum Plus

P311-1C7673B    GM2502221C  New

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$56.30
LKQ Headlight Assembly  Left
  • DRIVER SIDE HEAD LIGHT ASSEMBLY
  • CAPA Certified / Platinum Plus
Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
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2005 - Chevrolet Cavalier Left
LKQ
2004 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Right LKQ - NSF Certified

P311-1444C7C    GM2503221N  New

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  • PASSENGER SIDE HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY
  • NSF Certified
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Position: Right
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2004 - Chevrolet Cavalier Right
LKQ
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier Headlight Assembly - Left LKQ - NSF Certified

P311-30935B1    GM2502221N  New

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  • DRIVER SIDE HEADLIGHT ASSEMBLY
  • NSF Certified
Brand: LKQ
Position: Left
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2005 - Chevrolet Cavalier Left

Latest Chevrolet Cavalier Repair and Headlights Installation Advice

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2000 Cavalier Wiring?

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Question From Caleb on 2000 Cavalier Wiring?

I have a 2000 Chevrolet cavalier Z24. The brake lights and turn signals don't work. Headlights and tail lights are fine. Replaced fuses and works fine until car is put in drive. Any suggestions as to where to start looking for the problem? Thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Lots of guessing here but check out the brake light switch, Tom

Response From FrankInTucson

What is necessary to replace the brake light switch? Thanks for your help in advance

Frank

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Your car is kind of new for that failure but I've seen anything at any time. Switch should have two wires to it and be involved with your brake pedal - duh. Just make sure and double check if you take it out the the brake pedal is safely back with any clips or cotter keys holding it in place. They are not expensive and you could check it with a test light - no rocket science - power on one side and out on the other with brake pressure. PLEASE USE ALL CAUTION TO HAVE IT BACK TOGETHER!

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Just looking at a couple of wiring diagrams and from what I can see here is that two different fuses protect the turn signals and the stoplights. One ten amp for the turn and back up lights, then a twenty-amp fuse for the stop and hazard light. They both feed the combination turn/hazard light flasher. Not knowing which fuse you’re replacing, I’m not sure where to tell you to look first.
If by chance it’s the ten-amp fuse that could explain why the fuse blew again after you shifted gears, there maybe a short to ground in the back up light circuit.
Try it again this time check if the fuse blows after you move the shifter through its gears.
Dan.

Response From motorheadII

A little clarification, please. You had blown fuses, replaced them, and the brake and ts lights worked fine until you put it in drive. Right? It then blew the fuses again? Does putting it in drive blow the fuse or is it the depressing of the brake pedal beforehand? Pin it down for us, please.

Response From Caleb

Not sure....I just know that lights didn't work so replaced blown fuses, they then worked while in park, checked both turn signals, and brake lights worked fine...... Then when got in to drive wouldn't work . So I guess it blows the fuses while driving????????? I did research and found the 2000 cavalier has a problem with the ignition switch and was recalled in 2004. Not sure if my car had the recall taken care of. Bought it used. Don't know if they are related in anyway or not.

2001 Cavalier - How do I reset the CPU

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Question From Sancty on 2001 Cavalier - How do I reset the CPU

2001
Chevrolet
Cavalier
2.2L
270K (KM)

So, my internal dash lights won't work when I turn my headlights on... I get my odometer light on when the headlights are off, and my stereo lights as well, but when I turn my headlights on, they all go out (or in the stereo's case on min.)

Now, my Gas light comes on after about 7min of driving despite having a full tank of gas (the gauge still works, although my temp. gauge has gone inaccurate on me)

I want to reset the CPU... as I had some strange problems last year (my car beeped as if the car door was open when I hit 120km/h, and my keyless remotes stopped), and both of them were resolved when I accidently left the lights on... resetting the CPU

I don't want to kill my battery, so my Mechanic Uncle-In-Law told me that if I pushed the key forwards and left it in that position for 15 min the car's CPU would reset, but I did this for 20 and it didn't

Does anyone have any ideas on how this can be accomplished, or any other ideas? For the record I'm not very mechanically inclined, but I am willing to try/learn!

Thanks,

Sancty

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Not always the same for all vehicles and or with certain equipment but disconnecting neg battery post for a good while should reset most everything. It may need something left on (like parking lights) while disconnected to assist complete memory loss as far as that can do.

AYOR - that can cause issues with remotes, radio, alarms or other items,

T

Response From Sancty

Sorry, what is AYOR?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Sorry about that - acronyms will be the demise of human kind!

A.Y.O.R = At - Your - Own - Risk

I said that for this suggestion because occasionally disconnecting a battery without purposely using a "memory saver" can cause havoc with alarms, stereos and some car's computer need a time period to "re learn" and may run funky for a while so you would take them for a drive. Same things can happen if battery goes dead on you too for any reason.

Things that are relying on vehicle's residual power to remember things if permanently installed most likely will forget such as radio presets, clock, etc. Don't know what you may have in this car aftermarket or original equipment (OE) that would be affected - that's all,

T

Good Battery, No Power, not even dome lights

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Question From Jfleege on Good Battery, No Power, not even dome lights

I drive a 1990 Chevrolet Cavalier Z-24 with the 3.1L 5spd. The problem I ran into happened the other night, a buddie of mine and I where driving around for a while that night I had to run a few errands and he tagged along with me, never drive the car too hard because its still old and in decent shape and would like it to last me a while. After we had gotten done with driving we parked the car and left it like normal, went into the house for a while and played some Xbox... after a while we decided to go get something to eat, went outside to the car and then got in and attempted to start the car and put the key into the ignition and started it..... this is where the problem happens... the car turned over "Once" like literally... one crank, then the power was dead..... there is no dome light it wont turn over anymore, and at times i believe you can hear the power locks making a clicking noise similar to that of a watch as the seconds go by.... i have checked the fuses in the panel near the driverside door and they all appearred fine without and burns or scars.... i dont know what else it could be, i had the battery tested today and it checked out fine.... Any help or ideas would be great.... im leaning towards the ignition failing but im unsure and would like some opinions....

Response From Sidom

Also you want to make sure that the cables & connections to the battery are clean.

Response From profleet

Yeah tighten down the battery cables then pull up and down on them should not move. Make sure headlights are on and are bright. If not loss of battery power needs to be isolated. If lights are good focus on starter and connections/ fuse links as stated above.


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Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

First thing, see if you have good strong headlights. If not, your problem is not the ignition. Check the fusible links at the starter. they are meltaway wires. Pull on each one and see if any stretch. Use only fuse wire to replace them if any are burnt out.