The same thing just happened to my '94 z28 and it was the key ignition lock as far as I understand. The cylinder where my keys were inserted had screwed up and messed up the resistor chips on my keys. Had to have two new keys made and the key ignition lock replaced. It cost me $397 at the dealership.
p.s. When your resistor chips on your keys arent being read by the cylinder correctly (like if there wet or damaged) the security system shuts down the starter and fuel systems for three minutes.
if its cranking but not starting most likely fuel pump
Put gas in it.
could be oxygen sensor. there actually are two on the car. could be alot of different things. vacuum leak possibly, fuel pump.
The V6 in the 1997 Camaro was the 3.8, not the 3.4
yup same one
The switched labeled SGS stands for "Second Gear Start". This allows you to start off in second gear when accellerating.
the 1997 camaro z28 lt1 has a base line of 285 horsepower and a base of 335 foot pounds of torque.
the camaro debuted in 1967 making the 30th year 1997
my 1997 mercury tracer ran hot and now will not start what could be the problem?
1997 didn't have a 3.4L v6 It had a 3.8L /\ Moron YES it will fit considering that was your question
Auto or Std.?
dead battery or a broken wire between the battery and the starter
The position of the camshaft sensor on your 1997 Camaro is dependent upon the type of engine in the Camaro. In most cases the camshaft position sensor is on the back of the left-hand cylinder head.