I am troubled with the same problem. For reference I have a Haynes auto repair manual for this make and model. It has provided a basic diogram, from the switch to the wiper motor. I haven't yet solved this problem, but I believe the answer has something to do with grounding the replacement motor. Or the switch itself. I have found that the motor opperates through hi and low settings while testing (pluged in and laying between the engine and break booster). However when I install the unit on the cowl the function is less than desireable. I realize this is only a partial answer or guess at best. So if anyone has something else to contribute it would be appreciated.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1980 Chevy Camaro heater blower motor. Remove the blower motor retaining bolts. Remove the fan from the front of the blower motor. Reverse the process to install the new blower motor.
its located on the trans .. its a plug .
undeer the center console trim.
It lets you only start the car in park or neutral.
i am looking for drivers side floor pan 1980 camaro ---- http://www.classicindustries.com/camaro
Chevy swtitched some of Camaros to fuel injection in the mid 1980's. By 1988 every Camaro engine came with Fuel injection.
a 350 TPI OR A LT1 OR A LS DEPENDING ON WHAT TYPE OF APPLICATION UR GOING FOR .IN THE 80S MODEL CAMARO IT WAS A 305 V8 T.B.I ENGINE
hi the blower motor is under the dash, passenger side rite above the spot where your passengers feet are, usually it takes a 7mm socket. thanks Not a 7mm. It is a Camaro... They don't use mm at all.
The 1980 Camaro does not have a clutch adjustment. If the clutch is not operating right, then there is something in the clutch system that is failing.
base camaro about 3330 lbs, Z28 is about 3600 lbs.
Best is headers, delete the cat, and after market exhaust. After that look into building the motor up
The purple wire for on starter 1980 Camaro is the solenoid wire. The wire can be dark purple or purple in color.
Camaro Z28 Sport Coupe $7,121.32
Check for bad ground
1978-1981 Camaro and Firebird steering columns are all the same.
No, a computer controlled Camaro did not come around until 82, with the Crossfire Injection.
See Chilton's or similar
underneath the batery
It is inside the distributor.
The 1980 Camaro is considered a "2+2". Two bucket seats in the front, and two seats in the back, separated by the "hump" in the floor for the drive shaft.
The wiper circuit that controls (in this case that opens the ground circuit of the motor)the motor is staying closed to ground...it needs to be open when in delay mode...so that the delay circuit can control the opening and closing to ground. OR the delay circuit has an open circuit...burned up capacitor, relay, etc. Or it could be a stuck parking switch...which should open on in park mode...however the wipers would stay on until you turned off the wiper switch. Also, old cars up to 1980 or so...used ground type switches whereas new cars use powered switches and relays to latch the motor to ground.