if you have the 4 speed trany rpms will only let you go about
120 at 5 1/2 rpm
you have to get a reprogrammer from summit racing and reprogram the computer.
you have to change the settings in the computer
95 mph due to rev limiter in ecu
does a 99 camaro fornt end fit a 95 camaro
how to bypass vats on 95 camaro
Yes but why would you? the rev limiter stops you from blowing it up...
open driver door look on side of dash remove cover there it is.
It has no governor. Speed is controlled by the computer.
just pry them out. two metal clips hold it in.
remove intire trannie
what about the brights?
If one is present, it is on the right-hand side at the rear of the car after you remove the hard-plastic covering in the hatch.
The V6 in the 1997 Camaro was the 3.8, not the 3.4
don't cut or remove any cables! you could set off your air bags! Just remove the fuse for it in fuse box.
Drain coolant Disconnect upper and lower hoses Disconnect transmission cooling lines Remove fan shroud Remove upper mounting bolts Lift out of lower cradle
can the heads be remove and install in car with out removing motor Yes. Im doing that now. Be careful with pipe at the back. They expensive to replace.
you do not need to remove the exhaust. with some minor manuevering, it should slide out a bit towards he front of the vehicle.
Remove reservoir cap and pump the clutch pedal until air bubbles rise and pedal feels firm.
Under the hood, passenger side by the firewall. You will need to remove two 10mm bolts that hold it down. You can then carefully wiggle it out.
All Camaro and Firebird/Trans Am T-Tops from 93-02 will interchange.
No! No you can't. The transmissions are entirely different and would not bolt up directly. Unless of course you did some major fabbing to swap the powertrain out of the 95 into the 68, but why would you want to do that?
I don't know which harness you mean but I believe they are the same but not 100% on it.
yes it should as it's basically the same body.
on a '95 camaro the EGR valve should be next to the radiator hose
Regulator is in the alternator