AC DELCO rapidfires heard nothing but good things about them and that what im about to put in my 89 350 TPI
No they are not. Base engine on an '88 IROC was a 170 hp 305 TBI.
in the glove box mine is in the center between back of windows switches 1988 iroc z
The 1988 305 IROC-Z's had anywhere from 170hp to 220hp that could be had with either a 700r4 automatic tranny or a 5 speed tranny.
it is in the gas tank
You don't, it is done electronically.
about 6 seconds
88 Iroc came with either 305 or 350. You already answered the question with camaro 350
i have an 88 iroc vert with 22' iroc wheels and they took me some doing to get on the best bet is to put 24'in the back and 22'in the front with a raked look it is awsome
the 350 motor could push 140
Check to make sure you are getting fuel and spark
One end at the speedometer head The other at the side of transmission
code 43 is electronic spark control open circuit.
Does it have enough compression?
There were no IROC Camaros in 1991
Assuming you're referring to a 1988 IROC-Z, it could have either a 305 TBI, 305 TPI or a 350 TPI
Check the fuses or change the bulbs.
probably ignition control module failure
check and make sure your firing order is right and that you have correct gap in spark plug
driver side firewall should be 3 relays in a row ,middle relay i believe
The 1988 Chevrolet Camaro 350 fuel filter can be found next to the gas tank. The fuel filter will be on the front of the gas tank.
It was just an incorporation of the "Z" in Z-28. IROC stood for International Race Of Champions.....from the Nascar IROC races.
The 1988 Chevrolet Camaro signal flasher unit is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal flasher unit will be to the right of the brake pedal.