GM 2.2L Index of Articles

What makes testing the engine compression on the 2.2L engine in your vehicle is how accessible the spark plugs are (since they have to be removed). In this tutorial, I'll... [read more]

The electronic EGR valve on the 1996-1998 2.2L Chevrolet Cavalier and Pontiac Sunfire (1996 2.2L Chevrolet Beretta and Corsica) isn't difficult to test. Although a scan... [read more]

The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor is probably one of the easier engine management sensors to test. The cool thing is you don't need a scan tool since you can... [read more]

The EGR vacuum solenoid is a simple ON/OFF solenoid that can easily be tested to determine whether it's good or bad. In this tutorial, I'll explain how step by step. Then,... [read more]

This tutorial will help you determine if the thermostat is good or bad with an infrared thermometer gun (also known as an infrared laser). Although a scan tool that can... [read more]

This is a comprehensive tutorial on how to test the EGR valve that'll help you diagnose the EGR valve as good or bad in a step-by-step way. The cool thing is that you don't... [read more]

Testing the fuel pump pressure with a fuel pressure test gauge isn't difficult on the 2.2L Chevrolet Cavalier, Beretta, Corsica, and 2.2L Pontiac Sunfire. In this tutorial,... [read more]

Testing the alternator isn't difficult at all, and the cool thing is you can use a simple multimeter to accurately determine if it's good or bad. No expensive diagnostic... [read more]

You can easily and accurately test the throttle position sensor with a multimeter, and in this tutorial, I'll explain how to step by step. With the test results of your TPS... [read more]

Testing the starter motor is pretty simple since you don't have to remove it to test it. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to step by step. You'll quickly and easily... [read more]