ground the diagnostic connector under the dash , set the timing , then unplug connector
Trouble code P0440 means:Evaporative emission control system malfunction
I've been having trouble getting it straight too, but it was either a 1976 Chevy Camaro, or a 1977 z-28 Camaro. It was not a 1974, no matter what you hear.
it is located on drivers side on the left , in the back near the fuse box
There should be a connector under the car that it plugs into. It then goes to the computor.
Have the system scanned for codes. Make the necessary repairs andthen have the code cleared using a scanner.
Code 23 is manifold air temperature.
Trouble code P0174 means:System too lean (bank 2)
drain the oil out of oil pan. Unplug sensor connector. Unscrew sensor and replace with new one ($30 at Auto Zone) Plug in connector and fill oil pan with oil.
I don't have the schematics at hand, but the relay is in the convenience center underneath the dash, immediately behind the ODB connector.
The 1999 Chevrolet Camaro OBD 2 port is under driver side dash above accelerator pedal
Trouble code P0174 means: System too lean (Bank 2)
The system you have on your Camaro is the one of the first system Chevy had where a computer was used. This system uses what was called the "CCC" (Computer Control Command) system. You should have a small flat 5 pin connector under the left side of the dash. This will hold trouble codes that are present when the check engine light is on. With this early system you cannot jump across terminals to read the codes like the later (OBD I) systems. If you have a Snap On MT2500 scanner or know a shop that has one, they will be able to use MULTI-1 connector to plug into the 5 pin block and read your codes. Although this is old technology most any quality technician can read your codes for you. My experience is that when the check engine light comes on on those early models it's usually related to the EGR system in some way. Good luck.
The fuel pump relay is located on the firewall ,if your looking at it from the front of the car it will be the furthest relay to the right it will have five wires going into the connector.
There is not a 2009 camaro.
On both the V6 and V8, the sensor is located in the plastic intake tube just infront of the MAF sensor. The intake sensor has a 2 wire connector.
It is right next to your oil filter. you need a special socket for it. cost about $10. pull of the switch connector and loosen up the oil pressure switch. put in the new one and tighten up and put on your connector switch. done
does a 99 camaro fornt end fit a 95 camaro
Remove the instrument panel pad. Remove the speaker attaching screws. Remove the speaker and disconnect the electrical connector. Installation is the reverse of removal.
Yes, you can use a windshield from a 1993 and up Camaro for your 2001 Camaro.
Im guessing no cuz a 02 camaro is smaller a 2010 camaro
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
A lot since there is no 2009 Camaro. I guess you could try and have one made. The new Camaro comes out in 2010. Camaro Models(prices include $750 destination)1EE37 - Camaro LS: $22,9951EF37 - Camaro 1LT: $24,6301EH37 - Camaro 2LT: $27,3301ES37 - Camaro 1SS: $30,9951ET37 - Camaro 2SS: $34,180