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So i bought this 91 corolla about 10 months ago for a daily. For the first 3-4 months it ran perfectly fine. Then one day it died whole idling. i started it again and it ran and drove fine for about 30 minutes, it then started violently cutting out for a little but would never die. I decided to turn around and go back home.. but it died as soon as i came to a stop beside the road. finally got it to start again and made it a little ways just to have it die again and would never start. got towed to a mechanic. they replaced the distributor. it ran totally fine for a few months again. then the cutting out started again. it would run fine for a week but then suddenly start cutting out. finally got bad enough it wouldn’t even start. i replaced the ignition coil and it started perfectly and ran perfect for about 100 miles. then started cutting out again. i’m back at square one. could be possible that a rat got into some wiring but everything else works perfectly fine. anytime i take the ignition coil or distributor apart it runs for a little afterwards so seems like it might have something to do with that. anyone have any ideas where to start?
Okay, so I've got a 1991 2.2l i4 Chevrolet Cavalier RS 2door coupe. Anyhow, I've looked up it's VIN plenty of times on Carfax and the like, and I see that under the "Drivetrain" marker, it says RWD... Now I know for a fact that when a vehicle is FWD the engines are turned from where the fan is in the front, to where the fan is either on the left or right. Now, my cavalier has the turned engine with the fan facing passanger side, but when I run the VIN through carfax, it says it's a RWD... Is this even possible?