you need the engine, wiring harness, and transmission. All three to make the swap.
Three litres describes the engine size.
It may vary from one application to another. Most, I believe, take 5.
The 1993 Chevy Camaro starter can be found on the right hand side of the engine. You can follow the positive at three cable directly to the starter.
about 130 bhp in its stocking feet
Three hundred thousand... what?
average life of a 3.1 v6 with proper oil changes and tuneups lasts about 160,000 miles according to common reviews on engine life
The spark plugs in the 3.8L V6 are located directly below the valve covers on each side of the engine. They are very difficult to get to in the Camaro, because the engine sits so far back in the engine bay. Follow the wires to find the plugs. (3 per side) Look for the six flexible wires going from the tom of the engine to the sides. There should be three a side going from the common point (the distributor cap) to three spark plugs on each side. i have a 99 camaro and i just changed plugs. To change them you have to get under the car and they are about middle way on the block. they are a pain to get too and you will need a swivel socket to get to most of them. There is only 1 you can get too from the top of the car. make sure you let you car cool down. 2 plugs are right by the exhaust manifold.
The Chevrolet Camaro first came out on the market in 1967. The first three years shared the same style and in the previous years has changed body and engine shape frequently.
3puug on pass side of car
The 3.0 liter V-6 engine number three cylinder is on the left hand side of the engine. The number three cylinder will be the middle cylinder.
the camaro was not introduced until 1967, three years after the ford mustang... the mustang was the original, and gm copied the design with the camaro/trans am three years later
fill three liter can to the top empty contents into five liter can fill three liter can again empty into five liter can leaving one liter in the three liter can empty five liter can pour the remaining liter from three liter can into five liter can fill three liter can again and empty into five liter can leaving exactly 4 liters
There are two hundred and twenty six point two three nine nine nine nine nine two eight three four eight six one centimeters in a liter.
they came with three engins . 2.3l turbo. 3.6lv6. 5.0l v8 The v6 engine is actually a 3.8 liter
THE 1991 Chevy Camaro RS had three engine options: SIX CYLINDER 3.1 V6 140 Horsepower.EIGHT CYLINDER 5.0 V8 170 Horsepower.EIGHT CYLINDER 5.0 TPI V8 215 Horsepower. The 1991 Chevy Camaro Z28/IROC Model came with the 5.7 TPI V8 245 Horsepower.Check out:http://www.musclecarclub.com/musclecars/chevrolet-camaro/chevrolet-camaro-history-3.shtml [URL]http://www.myspace.com/servalspeed[/URL]
its on the front there are three
The standard rotary engine is powered by three principal moving parts: two triangular-shaped rotors and a crankshaft. There are also 3-rotor and even a 4 rotor variant known respectively as the 2.0 liter 20B and the 2.6 liter 26B.
It's the same puzzle from Die Hard 3, except you have to do it twice. First, use the eight liter jar to fill the three liter and dump it into the five liter. Now fill the three liter again and use it to fill the five liter up to the top. This leaves one liter in the three liter jar. Empty the five liter back into the eight and then dump the remaining milk in the three liter jar into the five liter. Fill the three liter again and dump it into the five liter. Now you have four liters in the five liter jar, and four liters are left in the eight liter jar.
5w30 in whatever brand you prefer Yup 5w30
587. A milliliter is 1/1000th of a liter, so move the decmil point three places to the right.
Typically.. if nobody has messed with it, it will be located between the 4 and 5 o'clock position, if you are standing at the front grille, looking at the motor.
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2000 ml. To convert liters into milliliters, all you have to do is move the decimal point to the right three places.
There are 1,000 milliliters in one liter. Three 2-liter soda bottles contain a total of six liters of soda. So there are 6,000 milliliters in three 2-liter soda bottles.