I had a problem like yours in which antifreeze was coming out the tail pipes and no problems with the oil. In my case it was the head gasket, I didn't drop the engine to replace the gaskets but it might be easier to do it that way. It took me prob 20 hours to both remove and replace the gaskets. Now if i remember correctly it's rated at like a 16 hour job from a mechanics view so unless your going to do it yourself it's going to be an expensive fix. Hope this helped.
i want to know what type of antifreeze does 1994 chevy camaro
Make sure your just not losing water that was in the exhaust before you replaced the head gasket.
in 1994 they still used the green antifreeze.
head gasket is blown
the color doesn't matter, just go to your local automotive store and ask for a antifreeze. Just provide exactly what model and year.
a new heater core
Loss of power, smoke, knocking noise, popping noise, backfiring through carb, or out tailpipe. Any, or, all of these.
I would get the cooling sytem flushed and then replace the coolant ( mixture of antifreeze and preferably distilled water - usually 50 / 50 mix , but if a colder climate Ford states on Ford vehicles up to 60 % antifreeze can be used )
Make sure it's cool enough that when you squeeze the upper hose it's soft, so you can tell there's not a lot of pressure in there. Carefully open the cap, dump in the antifreeze.
it's either overheating or blowing oil onto the manifold
Any anti-freeze. Mix it 50% water.
Low coolant, bad thermostat, blockage in waterlines ot jacket.
If you have the LT1 engine with alum. heads, the orange Dex-Cool extended life coolant is recommended.
Originally it would have had "Dex-Cool". Dex-Cool is fine as long as it is replaced every 5 years or 100K miles.
It does not make any difference as to the color of the anti-freeze. The anti-freeze color is determined by the anti-freeze manufacturer. You can use any SAE certified antifreeze, regardless of the color.
Which fuse is blowing - please be more specific as there are more than one fuse controlling many aspects of the car's electrical systems.
Look at the rear of the radiator approx. 1/3 from the top
Most likely if it is an automatic it is a 700 r4 in the 92 camaro. It will fit but the 700 r4 doesnt have the torque ratings of a 4L60 or 4L60e that came in the 94. Depending on the torque output on the z28, you might end up blowing up the 700 r4. So your best bet is to get a 4L60 or have the 700 r4 rebuilt and "bulletproofed".
There is not a 2009 camaro.
I'd suggest attaching C4 or some other plastic explosive to both wheels and underneath the car and then blowing it off.
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I hasd a similar problem with a 1990 Camaro. My carpet was wet from a leaking heater core. Smell the carpet where it is wet. Does it smell like antifreeze or is it the color of antifreeze? If so nyou have a bad or leaking heater core. Good Luck