Without seeing it, I would think it is the valve cover gasket leaking and dripping on the hot exhaust manifold which causes it to smoke. Get it repaired. Well the oil needs changed badly and how much would you think that would be if it was the vavle cover gasket to be repaired? it could also be your pcv valve not openeing up and the smoke will come out of ur dipstick i have the same prob with my third gen t/a im pretty sure i found ware its comin from it looks like its ware the actual dipstick tube is mines cracked at the base cause be yours is 2 ive heard its somewhat common
Perhaps a faulty fuel pump or clogged fuel filter
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
check you tep sencer and youir fan relay drive safe
The 2010 Camaro would win.
fuel pump was coming on before changed fuel filter now its not is there a reason for this
the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. This guy has no idea what he is saying. Mustang @ crank meaning all out 193 camaro 200 stock and about 210 @ crank So do the math camaro
The filter may be lose if this is not the case the threads around the filter may be "stripped". Try changing the filter if this does not work I would take your vehichle to a certified mechanic.
I would first change trans filter and fluid; this is not uncommon when filter gets plugged up.
The camaro would win.
It's usually the fuel filter when a car does what you describe.
Trash or debris has plugged the fuel filter. Replace the fuel filter, use starter fluid to get it started.
I would say the camaro depending on what year your talking about.
I don't see why not! But why would you want to do that?
Try changing the fuel filter and the map sensor.
Do you mean fuel filter hose? That would be the supply gas line. Please reword.
To me, I think the Shelby mustang would win over the camaro.Because the Shelby mustang has more horsepower that the camaro
a 84 camaro z28 would have a v8 450 hp engine.
you would have to get the hood also, but the conversion can be done
The Camaro would be heavier
The Camaro would have a distinct edge
check ur fuel filter and if that's good its time for a tune up.
the camaro would walk over the charger.
Transmission filter needs to be changed
Oil coming from the oil filter area usually means that the gasket for the oil filter is not seating right. If the filter was changed recently, the old gasket could have been left on, along with the new gasket, causing a bad seal.
Perhaps leaking valve cover gasket? Perhaps leaking oil sending unit?