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The Chevrolet Nova, also known as Chevy II, is a small automobile with a rich history, produced by Chevrolet from 1962 to 1979 and again from 1985 to 1988, spanning five generations. The Nova represented the top model in the Chevy II lineup until 1968. It offered a variety of engines and transmissions across its life. The first generation launched with a 153 cu in inline-four engine and a 194 cu in Hi-Thrift version. In 1964, the model introduced its first factory V8 option, a 195 hp 283 cu in engine, alongside a 230 cu in straight-six. The second generation saw the unveiling of the Super Nova concept car in 1966, while the third generation in 1968 saw the official usage of the Chevrolet Nova nameplate. It featured a diverse engine lineup, including a 250 cu in six-cylinder and base 307 cu in V8, with big-block 396 cu in V8 options delivering up to 375 bhp. The Nova offered both manual and automatic transmissions, including the heavy-duty M-22 "Rock Crusher" four-speed manual. Dimensionally, the Nova evolved over its generations, with the third generation models measuring 189.4 in in length, 72.4 in in width, and 53.9 in in height. Known for its impressive power output and muscular design, the Chevrolet Nova remains a cherished classic among muscle car enthusiasts.

Chevrolet Nova, a competitor to the Volkswagen Beetle, often encounters a couple of common issues due to its age. The primary problem reported on is overheating, typically arising around 35,000 miles. This engine issue can be due to failing engine parts and cooling systems, with symptoms including increased oil consumption, frequent overheating, starting difficulties, and hesitation during driving. Affected parts could include the spark plug, cylinder head gasket, coolant reservoir, oil filter, air filter, intake manifold gasket, and radiator hose. Another issue, usually appearing around 100,000 miles, is the inability to turn off the car and remove the key due to transmission failure. Symptoms may include inaccurate gear indicator readings, the vehicle starting in the wrong gear, or refusing to go into any gear, accompanied by loud clunking sounds and difficulty in shifting gears. Checking the Nova shift cable, transfer case seal, automatic transmission filter, clutch disc, and transmission pan is advisable. Furthermore, routine maintenance of vulnerable parts like the windshield wiper or wiper blade, typically made of soft rubber and subject to harsh conditions, is crucial, with replacement suggested every six to twelve months for optimal visibility.

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Chevrolet Nova Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace the Wiper Switch?
    A: To disconnect the battery ground cable, start by pulling off the switch electrical connector. Next, remove the three switch mounting screws and lift the switch rearwards out of the instrument panel. To reinstall, simply follow the reverse of the removal procedure.
  • Q: What is the location and purpose of the fuse?
    A: The fuse block is located under the instrument panel on the left side of the dashboard. Each fuse protects a specific circuit, labeled on the fuse panel. A broken metal element inside indicates a blown fuse. Use a test light to check for power at both ends of fuses. Replace blown fuses with the correct rating. If a new fuse blows instantly, identify and fix the underlying issue. Some circuits use fusible links, smaller than the protected wire, which need replacement if damaged. Circuit breakers, found in the fuse box, protect components like power windows; some reset automatically, others manually.
  • Q: What are the features and operation methods of the washer pump systems?
    A: Pre-1975 models have an electric Washer Pump system with a reservoir, pump, cam, and tubes, and pressing the washer button activates the wiper motor, which runs the Washer Pump. In 1975 and later models, a motor and pump are on the reservoir base. Pushing the washer button activates the motor, running the pump and wipers. The washers work when pressed; wipers run until switched off on the dashboard.