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Is a 1988 Chevy Celebrity fuel injected or carburated?


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2012-07-23 06:48:51
2012-07-23 06:48:51

All 1988 Chevy Celebritys are fuel injected.

As information 1986 was the last year of carburated engines, it was the 2.8L V6.

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The fuel pump on your 1988 Chevy Celebrity is in the fuel tank.

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It is if it's a 1988 or newer.

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Yes, although it may not start well since carbuated vehicles need to have the choke "set" before starting the engine in the cold. To set the choke, a carburated vehicle needs the accellerator pedal pressed down once. That is not required for injected vehicles.

Does your car have the 4 cylinder engine or the V6?

2.5 L engine = 20 to 21 avg mpg

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