This Question is unaswerable as yet. Please Re ask with eng. type and size so I know what we'er dealing with. If memory serves, there are about 5 different eng.'s and each probably has at least two possible water pump part #'s, depending on mfgr. plant, and how your car was originally ordered. Once we know the specific's we can get ya' started on twisting the wrench. Randy
The voltage regulator on a 1989 Chevy Camaro is inside of the alternator. If you are having issues, such as flickering lights, you might have to replace the entire alternator.
What part of it is broken?
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.
The oil pressure switch on a 1989 Chevy Camaro RS is located on the bottom of the engine hear the oil filter. It constantly monitors oil pressure and updates the computer on its status.
switch itself or key cylinder?
Drain the water from your 1989 Chevy Cavalier cooling system. Remove the water return hose from the water pump. Remove the water pump belt. Remove the water pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new water pump.
look on the bottom of the dash panel on the drivers side.
Not without modifications and fabrication.
i need help on how to replace the pin in my 1989 Chevy beretta gt please help me
get a chiltons book from the parts store
Yes, I have one. All GM parts.
If your talking automatic no but if your talking stick shift it will.
disconnect negative battery cable for 30 seconds and reconnect.
It is usually wired in with the radio or the courtesy/dome lights.
The horsepower of a 1989 camaro Rs is 173 horsepower. WRONG. The number 173 refers to the cubic inches of the 2.8L engine. The rating of that engine is 135 HP stock.
Black,green,purple and white
No they will not, the achieva has a bolt pattern of 5 lug on 100mm whereas the camaro is 5 lug on 4 3/4"
no they will not
that why we pray! just to make it today!
there was no 1989 vigor..acura
All 305 and 350 Chevrolet V8 motors are 18436572
There's no such thing as a 1989 Camaro Z28