Jordan Smith: You get the torque converter bolts off through the starter hole
caduceus33: I noticed you are letting the brake caliper hang on the brake hose with its full weight, rather than supporting the weight. That is considered a very bad no-no, can be damaging to the brake hose. I don't know if the damage is always immediately apparent. You needed to be apprised of this, as well as anyone else watching this video who is not knowledgeable about this fact.
Juan H: ey brothA i need a couple of pointers i have to drop the tranny on one of these cars as well but i dont have a cherry piker i do have about 4 jacks and 4 stands i need a location to lit the engine with a jack can u help with any pointers or suggestions?
Poppa Cherry: I need to replace the tcc sensor and its in the transmission. All this work just to replace a little sensor? freak this they were retarded when they came up with that design
Classic G-Body Garage: Awesome suggestion! Would have made it lighter and less of a mess when it fell off the jack in the garage! Hope i never have to do it again tho.
parkers23crazypeople: This may sound destructive but if you ever do this again and are swapping the trans, just take off a cooler line first idle the car after its in the air and bleed the trans dry. That way you can just yank the trans off and have more room to deal with the torque converter to flex-plate bolts. No mess, because the converter will be just about completely empty, and its not like your using that trans again right?
Michael M: Take the engine with the tranny out from top...........
itlnstln21: its the same thing...
badbradj: Because, other than body panels, they are excactly the same car. Just like the Camaro and the Firebird, it's been like that for years...
MustardTiger: why the freak cant i find jack crap on removing my slave cylinder on a 1998 pontiac crap fire
I'M NOT LOOKING FOR A CAVALIER GOOGLE STOP freakING SHOWING ME CAVALIERS.
wafrederick: The back bellhousing bolt is easy to get to with a 3 foot extension bar and 18mm socket.I do it this way.The 2.4 quad 4s,do not turn backwards or you will bend valves.Turn the crankshaft as you are tightening a bolt.If that subframe is rusted out,throw it away and find a good used one.
Classic G-Body Garage: Hey dumb ass, open your freaking eyes!!! I guess you really are blind and stupid. I dropped the subframe and swapped the trans from the bottom. PAY ATTENTION! If the cherry picker is confusing your little brain, its there to support the weight of the engine when the frame is out. My Cavalier videos have over 63,000 collective views and are on my channel to help people performing a job like this. I put 28,000 miles on the car since this job. Do yourself a favor and remove yourself from YouTube.
jeffsfleet: I can't stand it when a car doesn't fit into someone's view as collectable, or "Classic" they have to rant and bitch about it. Haven't you ever heard of "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?" Also, you need to check your terminology, Kid. Most people consider a "Classic" any vehicle that is older than 25 years, no matter what it is. There are plenty of people that will tell you that any Camaro built after 1969 should be crushed. Certainly not me! I love all cars. Keep your opinons to yourself.
Classic G-Body Garage: Since never Kid Camaro. Classic G-Body(Garage) is what I call my channel. No where do I claim that a Cavalier is a classic. If you knew anything about GM cars they are classified by the body type. A,F,G,J etc. Classic G-Body refers to a particular body type of cars GM built which my channel is heavily based off of. A Cavalier is a J-Body and I happen to post my trans swap to my Cavalier on my G-Body Channel. I can't stand it when people rant about assumptions cuz it makes them look bad!!! LOL
MyOLD36chevy: The Chevy cavalier is different then the two Pontiac Sunbird's I have worked on but I would defiantly drop the engine transmission and sub frame. I did the engine swap right on the floor then mounted every thing to the sub frame then lifted the hole thing up in to the car.This was not as ease as it sounds or fast but I believe it was the best way to go. I don't believe the newer are designed to be repaired just replaced !
c8kwalk: Ok thanks for responding back.
Classic G-Body Garage: If I were to do this job again I probably would have pulled the motor considering I did the water pump and timing chain too. If it was just the trans I would still have dropped it out of the bottom.
Classic G-Body Garage: Much easier to pull a manual trans from the bottom than an automatic. A manual trans is lighter and I con't think you need to pull the subframe either because the trans is smaller.
TheCaddy84: To me it is because I can just pull the trans with the cherry picker seporate of the motor plus you can do all gaskets and freeze plugs I just did a 1995 with the 2.2 and it was cake pulling the motor first. I also live in the city on a 4 lane main road so I have to learn to do em fast or the city will send me tickets. I hated them a fue months ago but that was because I had done 2 tranz and 2 motors on 4 seporite cars in a month. Now I have a chevy 350 custom to do finialy. Are you doing one?
c8kwalk: Are you serious man?? Is it much easier to just pull the motor?
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Diego Costa: Sou mais Golf, se fosse comparar com carros melhores, aí tudo bem... mas Peugeot 308 turbo? Ninguém sabe se presta.... TheГосподин: хочешь, тебе запхну) awesomer1127: R u gonna tell us how to do it or what? Mr.Lucky Antaal: Khoobsoorat h wo itna chatrkat: thank you for explaining this. Rocklol747: @ilytalym94 not really sure. It could be anything from he might have a thick accent or they couldn't get the actual guy to fly out to vegas in time. Not sure why. Andrei is a great teacher so it's all good. Jasper ten Dolle: Is dit in de buurt van loosdrecht?