Checkers ~ Auto Zone
yes it was.
Firing order for 1989 Camaro 1989 Chevrolet Camaro 5.7 liter V-8 VIN "8" Answer 1 -8 -4 -3 -6 -5 -7 -2 rotor is counter clockwise.
you need the engine, wiring harness, and transmission. All three to make the swap.
It is on the passenger side at the firewall behind a cover.
It is on the passenger side firewall behind a cover.
Code 23 is manifold air temperature.
I believe the horsepower of the rs is between 205 and 240 horse!!
All 305 and 350 Chevrolet V8 motors are 18436572
It is against the law and punishable with a $25,000.00 fine. This forum IS NOT to help someone do something illegal.
no they will not
wow, not at all. the camaros have 275 horse power and the mustang has 260 horsepower. Camaro would blow the doors off of a mustang.
There's no such thing as a 1989 Camaro Z28
The 1989 Camaro didn't have a 350 TPI (not stock, anyway)
Not without modification
go to midas or meineke it will be as cheap and much cleaner.
It is usually wired in with the radio or the courtesy/dome lights.
There was no Z28 in 1989
The firing order for a six cylinder 3800 cc 1989 Chevrolet Camaro engine is 1-6-5-4-3-2. The firing order is specified on the distributor cap.
what about it?
You need to check the power and ground at the fuel tank. If that is okay the float is most likely bad.
Code 23 is manifold air temperature. You need to have a shop diagnosis the problem so that you do not replace good parts.
Not on a stock fuel injected car. The pump is in the tank.
If you have a 2.8 engine in your camaro it should bolt right up.