there is a control module under your dist cap try that they seem to have problems with that I don't think it's the fuel pump. If you try to jump-start the car and it starts fine then it's definitely not the pump. case 1: If you turn the key and nothing happens (the starter doesn't crank the engine), and after a few minutes (up to about 30) it cranks without effort, then it may be a faulty starter solenoid. It's located on top of the starter, very close to the exhaust manifold and thus getting lots of heat. Change the solenoid or get a remote solenoid and locate it in a colder place. case 2: If you turn the key and nothing happens or the starter cranks the engine with great effort, and after cooling down it cranks at normal speeds, it may be a worn starter. Rebuild the starter.
.060 is the specified gap setting on spark plugs for a 2000 camaro rs.
3 of the plugs are on top of the mottor and 3 of them are on the bottom side
Are you getting spark?Could be Ignition module, pick-up coil, coil...
i had that problem and it was atune up. but wires and plugs didnt just do it. turned out it was a very bad distributor and rotor.
It could be the engine or maybe water could have flooded the spark-plugs.
arnt all spark plugs just below the valve covers on all engines ???
COULD BE YOUR VALVE SEALS OR PISTON RINGS DONT SOUND GOOD HOW MUCH MILES
Bad engine cushions can make the engine shake. bad spark plugs cause malfunction as the car starts running.
The pcv valve on a 1989 Camaro is located in the top of the valve cover. It plugs into a rubber grommet and is easily replaceable.
The spark plugs are located right under the exhaust manifolds of both sides of the engine. You should just follow the spark plugs wire from the distributer.
you will need to remover the starter from to get to the rear plugs and remove to alternator to get to the front plugs. not really any other way unless you have very small hands and tools.
if it has spark plugs check the distributor cap and/or rotor button for corrosion
There could be many reasons why your Renault Laguna cuts out. It could be cutting out because it needs new spark plugs. It could also be as simple as a tune up.
Just as long as you get the proper length plugs for the engine you won't damage anything.
a bad manafold or lose ..................................
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could be your ignition coil cutting out when it gets hot see if you have spark at the plugs when this happens
The spark plugs in the 3.8L V6 are located directly below the valve covers on each side of the engine. They are very difficult to get to in the Camaro, because the engine sits so far back in the engine bay. Follow the wires to find the plugs. (3 per side) Look for the six flexible wires going from the tom of the engine to the sides. There should be three a side going from the common point (the distributor cap) to three spark plugs on each side. i have a 99 camaro and i just changed plugs. To change them you have to get under the car and they are about middle way on the block. they are a pain to get too and you will need a swivel socket to get to most of them. There is only 1 you can get too from the top of the car. make sure you let you car cool down. 2 plugs are right by the exhaust manifold.
plugs you stick in your ear that cause nothing like water to get into your ear canal.
make sure your getting spark at the plugs when your turning it over and if your not it might have blown the ignition control module inside the distriburetor.
It sounds like no spark on your plugs check the power going to your coil if you have that then it could be the ignition module under the rotor,assuming you do have gas in it :)