AH, YESSS!! THE SHAKING CAR ! TIRES-TIRES-TIRES, MY FRIEND. THOSE ARE USUALLY THE FIRST CULPRITS. YOU MAY HAVE JUST BROKEN OR SLIPPED A STEEL BELT, OR KNOCKED THE BALANCE OR ALIGNMENT OFF, OR OVER-INFLATED A WORN TIRE. SEE YOUR MECHANIC... YOU MAY BE SURPRISED! GOOD LUCK!...BB
bad/partially blocked catalytic converter. - kind of a rotton egg smell, right?
yea they are the same motors on the outside
The Camaro would be heavier
Cut the engine capartment out so it fits
The key feature would be the fact that a 1966 Camaro doesn't exist.
Chevy didn't offer a 350 in an 86 Camaro, but if they did, it would theoretically work in an 87 Caprice.
Check fuse if the blower is not working. If it is then replace your heater core. if its not then replace your fan switch.
A very good possibility is the opti spark distributor.If this distributor gets slightly damp,it can cause several problems.
Just a plain Jane Camaro would have a V6 in it and it has just a plain flat hood with just plain fenders. Z28 would have come with a V8 and has hood scoop and air induction fendrs.
Many things could cause an engine to shake. One, for example, would be low coolant or oil levels.
Most definitely. Any miss will cause the engine to shake. A vacuum leak will also cause this.
67, to 69 Camaro will bolt right in.
about 2000 if your lucky
It's usually the fuel filter when a car does what you describe.
Its going to cost my daughter $62.00 a month for a 1988 Camaro.
check ur fuel filter and if that's good its time for a tune up.
Yes, it can.
While anything is theoretically possible, the practical answer to this would be no.
It would depend on the offset. It may hit the struts.
Worse case would be a blown head gasket. Running hot could cause this too. Best case is a bad radiator cap.
What would cause the engine not to restart when hot Chevy Trailblazer 2007?
Defective clutch or bad bearings. It could also be that the belt is just worn out or too loose.
There are several things that can cause your 1995 Chevrolet Blazer to shake when accelerating. Bad spark plugs and spark plug wires can cause the vehicle to shake. Tuning up the engine may eliminate the problem.