you should change your fuel filter every 30k miles. If your filter is dirty you will drain your fuel line and the engine will bog under acceleration. you can buy a new filter most everywhere car parts are sold, but be careful of fuel under pressure when changing the old one. Likely a transmission problem. Trans isn't shifting properly. Take it to a mechanic.....SOON!
If it has the Throttle body injection 305 it is set at 115MPH. If it has either of the Tuned Port Injection motors there is no governer to limit speed.
Located on the end of the throttle shaft on the throttle body.
on top of engine, to the left side of the throttle body. where the top radiator hose leads to.
The throttle position sensor is located on the throttle plate.
The transmission throttle valve cable needs to be adjusted.
It requires a visit to a programmer. Voids the warranty though.
My Camero is an automatic and it has an SGS button.
you have to get a reprogrammer from summit racing and reprogram the computer.
The 1996 Chevy Camaro automatic transmission has a fluid capacity of 7.3 quarts. You can check the automatic transmission fluid level with the transmission dipstick.
into the throttle body/ carburetor.
if its an automatic it is a 700r4
yes you could get automatic or manual trannys.
the 91 camaro is multiport
if its an ls1 motor its on the right side of the throttle body
yea they are the same motors on the outside
It came with the 700r4 automatic.
It is available in both.
no more carburetors. fuel injected throttle body. throttle body is at the end of the air intake hose on the engine.
It does not have a governor. Speed is computer controlled, by either a rev limiter or fuel shutoff.
There is no governor, The ecm/ computer controls the speed limiter.
Well it is an automatic so you need to install a shift kit. It's a computer chip that plugs into your PCM. You can raise your shift points to 5800 rpm.
AnswerDEXTRON III is what is needed for a 1972 Camaro.
roughly about 400 horse power
Yes, Their is no difference between the rearends of a stick or automatic vehicle.