1995 camaro key stuck yesterday forced it and it started today will not turn engine over but works everything else?
GOT IT FIXED TODAY. WOUND UP THE IGNITION SWITCH WAS BAD. NOT THE KEY AND CYLINDER COMMONLY REFERED TO AS THE IGNITION SWITCH BUT THE SWITCH DOWN ON THE COLUMN UNDER THE DASH THAT THE TURNING OF THE KEY PUSHES WITH A ROD. I ASKED 2 MECHANICS, 4 PARTS STORES AND THE SERVICE DEPT AT THE LOCAL CHEVY DEALER AND THE ALL TOLD ME THE KEY AND CYLINDER NEEDED TO BE REPLACED. $179.00 LATER MY CAR STILL DID EXACTLY WHAT IT DID TO BEGIN WITH. SO I PUT ON A $21.39 SWITCH THAT WAS MOUNTED ON TOP OF THE STEERING COLUMN UNDER THE DASH AND WAS SO HARD TO GET TO THE THE WHOLE COLUMN HAD TO COME OUT TO REPLACE IT. HOPE THIS MAY HELP SOMEONE IN THE FUTURE BUT I HOPE YOU NEVER HAVE TO DO IT. IT IS A PAIN.
Can a faulty coolant sensor on a 99 Camaro 3.8 cause the heat gauge to max out as soon as the car is started and also cause the onboard computer to cut engine power like its only running on 3 or 4 cyl?
Would a 1977 350 Chevy engine fit into an 1989 camaro with a 5 speed and bolt up to everything with no problems?
This question is very vague, but I would assume that your 67 Camaro has a different engine besides the 350, which may require new motor mounts if it's a 6 cylinder. Disconnect everything from the engine, including the bellhousing bolts that connect the engine to the transmission. Place a jack or block under the transmission to hold the front of it up. After removing the hood, hook up an engine hoist to the current engine…