you have to go at it from the bottom. I have had several irocs and this is how you do it. Take off the front wheels and reach up from the inner fender well. You can't seen the plugs but you can feel them. It takes time but it's the only way. they can be changed from the top, you need a ratchet, 5/8" spark plug socket and a collection of diffrent sized extensions, just pull the wires loose then fit the socket over the plugs and take them out, when putting back in, tighten by hand until firm then use wrench for 1/4 turn more.
a 84 camaro z28 would have a v8 450 hp engine.
Most likely your wires are crossed.
if you have an 84 z28 camaro it has a 305 or a 305 h.o. 5.0L
any size Chevy engine you want to put in it will fit, you just have to change motor mounts.
I had that problem in my 84 and it turned out to be the cable itself
I don't know thats way I ask
They're the same motor
Hi, visit www.thirdgen.org/cd_oct_1984_iroc_camaro_z28. Details of speed etc for 84 camaro. should not differ much. My 84 z28 with a 305HO topped at 136, and my 91 rs with a tbi 305 topped at 131. Both had a 5spd.
It came with a 305 HO motor. I have one.
yes it will but you will have to change the engine wiring harness over, or change the 7.3L glow plugs over to the 6.9L style and change the glow plug controller as well
.84= 84/100 = 42/50 = 21/25
try autozone.com, or go to your local library, they have alot of car manuals and diagrams, you can't check out the book but you can zerox the diagrams you need! hope this helps! if you can't find any, I have 84 camaro z28 wiring diagrams for my car at home , I could possibly send you copies if you like by mail (I don't have a scanner). Let me know
Double check the firing order making sure two wires are not crossed. You may have cracked a spark plug during installation.
Most likely water or debris in your fuel tank!!!
From 52 to 84 is an increase of 61.5%, approx.
I have an 84 305 and everything says 45, and uses r45ts plugs
For the inequality j4-84 you will change it to j4=84. Then, you would perform 84/4 to give you an answer of 21.
I have 20" Dayton wires on my 84 s-10 4x4 blazer with 225x50x20 and it rideas fine. I have 20" Dayton wires on my 84 s-10 4x4 blazer with 225x50x20 and it rideas fine.
52 must be increased 61.54% in order to make 84.
For an engine to start it needs spark to the plugs and fuel. Without both it will not start.
The easiest way is with what is called a "receiver connector", basically it connects all your stock plugs and make them into bare wires so you don't have to cut off the stock plugs. You can then take thos bare wires and use the connector that came with your aftermarket stereo, splice the wires together and you are in business. You can buy them at just about any car audio installer/parts retailer. Unless you are going really fancy, i'd suggest a CD player out of a more modern GM vehicle for your install. You will be pretty safe if you are withing the early to mid 90's when getting a CD player.
A 33.8583% decrease.
Diconnect the wires on the top, attached to two small bolts. Remove the two bolts holding the starter on from underneath, be careful not to let it drop on you. hopefully your headers and transmission lines arn't in the way.
You may have to drill a couple of holes but it should fitDon't try it your self unless you know something about body work