If your talking about the one that has a type of hatchback that is the area where your spare tire is. Lift up the carpet and find a tab or knob and that will reveal whats underneath...
Yes, but the people in the back shouldn't be large people.
The Camaro was introduced in 1967 It was discontinued after the 2002 model year. It is back out as an '10 model
On a 1996 Chevy Camaro, the PCV valve is located on the right side of the valve cover. There is a hose that runs from the PCV valve and connects to the back of the intake manifold.
The firing order on the Chevy camaro is 18436572 -- 1,3,5,7 being on the left (driver side) front to back and the 2,4,6,8, being right side -- front to back !
Heater core most likely needs serviced (or replaced)
the filter is located on the side of your left back tire. its a little can.
it is located on drivers side on the left , in the back near the fuse box
You can find a fuse box diagram for your 1983 Chevy Camaro in the back of the owners manual. You can also find the fuse box diagram in Chevrolet service manuals at your local library.
Chevrolet Camaro stopped using back windshield vents in order to reduce manufacturing costs of the newer model of cars. They had no significant function other than aesthetic.
Should be underneath on the passenger side near the back like on the pickup trucks
No such device, back in 68. The alternater has a bracket that will allow it to slide out to tighten the belt.
1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2. From front to back, Driv. side- 1,3,5,7 Pass. side- 2,4,6,8.
its located on the drivers side back side of head pan
It is under the back of the car by the rear end housing. Drivers side.
The PCV on a 2001 Chevy Camaro SS is located on the left valve cover. Pulls gas buildup from inside the engine and sends it back into the intake manifold.
the knock sensors 1 and or front and back are locaded under the intake
Its located under the passanger side, you have move wiggle it out, so its going to be a pain to get back in as well, have fun...
The EGR is located on the back of the intake manifold, check out www.shbox.com they'll have most of your answers.
It is mounted on the drivers side of the frame underneith the car back towards the rear end.
NO IT WILL NOT WORK. The 99 MUST HAVE A 4L60E TRANSMISSION put back in it.
Wheel well. In my 92 camaro that large hump behind the back seat is the gas tank. The wheel wells are on the sides.
You can remove the panel inside the back of the car. From there you can access your tail lights and your tag lights.
Look in back or in front of the gas tank, just follow the gas line that comes out of the gas tank and it will be on it.
I have a 2000 3.8L camaro with 140k miles and counting. Still runs strong, do a oil change every 3k~5k, however i do occasionally break down, never serious. I replace the part and I get back on the road.