Chevy didn't offer the 5.7 on the Camaro in 1984
between starter housing & block
Go to chevy.com website
Go to any parts store and tell them what engine you have in your camaro and they will give you the right size.
Have you checked the fluid level?
The starter needs a large wire from the battery and a wire from the starter switch. These are connected to the solenoid that is attached to the starter.
Chevy did not make a concept camaro in 2008 only in 06 and 07. General Motors will begin production of the fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro in February 2009. The Camaro will go on sale in spring of 2009 for the 2010 model year. To see some of the specs that Chevy has out you can go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth-generation_Chevrolet_Camaro. Hope this helps.
Same place you check the fluid level.
Yes it sure is faster:)GO FORD(:
The 2011 Chevy Camero has topped a speed of 193 mph!
fuses that go to the starter
Go to nada.com or cars of a particular interest and the prices are more realistic.
Look in your owners manual if you still have it and if you don't go see your Chevy parts man and he can help you out.
Most likely a bad sensor/relay
There are several good tire shops in the Los Angeles area. I would suggest checking out American Tire Depot (323) 661-8473 Craigslist.com is a great site to find camaro tires and wheels for sale. Aftermarket rims for a chevy camaro aren't hard to find. You can go to any tire and rim store. If you want chevy brand rims, you will have to visit the chevy dealer.
in da brake fliud reservoir
Go on line and type in; abs code for 1993 camaro and click on on of the sites. It tells different codes for the different problems other people had with there camaro.
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 !
It tells you on the dip stick.
follow the big red wire from battery it goes right to you starter and make sure you disconnect the battery before you go ripping it out, there is no relay on a chevy. it is on the pass. side of the engine on the bottom side.
The use of starting fluid should not be required, and is not recommended.The use of starting fluid should not be required, and is not recommended.
A 1979 Chevy Camaro can travel at speeds of up to 120 miles per hour. It an also complete the quarter mile in 16.4 seconds at 84 miles per hour.
my friends can go 145 but hes buffed it up for drag racing other wise 125 i pretty sure.