Will a stock 305 motor from a 1986 iroc fit into a 1995 camaro rs?
The Iroc has slightly better tires and had minor "visual" differences
The 1988 Chevrolet Camaro signal flasher unit is located beneath the drivers side dashboard. The signal flasher unit will be to the right of the brake pedal.
There were no IROC Camaros in 1991
Chevy never made a 1986 IROC-Z convertible, not till '87 - so the answer is no.
There is no such thing as a 1992 IROC Camaro
Too much... for what?
any 87 camaro will have the same fusebox, look in a chiltons repair manual.
nope, camaro dropped the iroc sponsorship after '89 then the dodge daytona got it. the camaro was only available in an iroc fron 85-89
no, all IROC-Z's were V8s.
My CD player(radio) just stopped working, the back light still lights up but that's all it will do? I replaced the fuse, but still nothing, any ideas?
stock around 15.3 with the fuel injected engine
Probally the Camaro. But who knows..... put them on the track and find out! I won with the camaro
88 Iroc came with either 305 or 350. You already answered the question with camaro 350
In the fuse block, under the dash on the drivers side, Should be marked HTR/AC
There were 205 1985 camaro IROC-Z28's made with option G92. Option G92 was 3.42 axle ratio and came only in the IROC-Z in 1985.
the last production year for the iroc z was 1990, there is no such thing as a 1991 iroc z
chevy iroc-z28 camaro
the stock engine for an iroc z is 5.7 ltr v8 tpi with 220-230 hp. i know ive been driving one since 86 when i bought it new.
there was no 91 iroc-z the very very very begging of the 1990 model camaros were iroc-z this is because it they were still in the 89 yr and they were producing 90's. and December 89 was the last yr of Chevy's iroc contract. then it was on for the dodge daytonas. so u most likely have a z28 if ur thinking its an iroc-z. u might have the graphics but there are plenty of clones around **** The above answer is partially correct but answerer needs to learn how to speak proper English and spell. I can't understand any of what he said and I'm not sure how the questioner could either. My answer is that there are NO 1991 or 1992 IROC-Z Camaro's. 12/31/1989 was the last date of production for IROC-Z Camaro's as GM lost the rights to use the IROC-Z namesake on the Camaro to the Dodge Daytona. There were a very limited number of 1990 IROC-Z Camaro's produced. The horsepower rating for a 1991 Camaro Z28 350 is 245hp. If anyone tells you that they have a 1991 IROC-Z Camaro then they're lying to you. ****