It might be that the pickup screen inside the tank is clogged with rust, or other debris. If your fuel appears a little bit rusty, the filter in the tank (nylon sock) on the pick up tube will clog under load. You could also be picking up water which has particles big enough to clog fine mesh filters. Also use a regular filter(IE: Fram), High performance filters can be to fine to allow good flow if there is any trash in your system. Good Luck, Gary (email@example.com)
oil pump is defective and not working.
Check plug wires I had this problem with my 1999 camaro new wires fixed it.
No, 1982 to 1992 are the same body stile, 1993 and up it changed
I think they changed them just a bit, somewhere in there, but, the cars are the same width, so yes.
my vent doors are not working in my 92 camaro. the heat will blow hot or cold but only on def
Make sure the resistance (ohms) from the sending unit matches the gauge's range. It's smart to also make sure the float works properly before dropping it in by doing a bench test on it. Then make sure the gauge is working properly. You will need a multimeter and lots of research time if you have not done this before.
same thing happened to my 95 camaro 3.4l it sounds like your coolant sensor
direct bolt in fit.. only differences may be in wire connections.. but that to can be changed
my 92 camaro is fitted with the anti theft device i changed the ignition switch and the car will not start need codes what are they??
I would think so. The 1982 to 1992 Camaro/Firebird are the same generation. There wasn't much that changed in the way of the body on the cars. They changed the front and rear bumbers/grills/lights around a little, but even these will swap from year to year in entirety.
General Motors made the '68 Camaro'. '68 Camaro' had more pointed front grille and divided rear tail lights. The front running lights were changed from circular to oval.
fist of all its a V6 second it needs a tune up
it could be the horn relay fuse located in the engine department with the other fuses.
If the heater is not working in a 1995 Camaro, there may be one of two issues. Either the heater core is bad or the heater fuse is blown.
replace the fuel sending unit in the gas tank.
I would replace the gasket and be SURE that the PCV valve is working properly. If not it will cause pressure to build in the crankcase ans it has to vent somewhere.
a new heater core
No you can not this began in 94 when the body style first changed to 4th generation.........
a bad manafold or lose ..................................
Check fuse if the blower is not working. If it is then replace your heater core. if its not then replace your fan switch.
That depends on which engine you have under the hood, and if it is equipped with an A/T or Manual transmission. You fail to provide this critical information, so your question is unanswerable.
ASR or (Acceleration Slip Regulation) also known as traction control toggle switch, allowing you do enable or disable the feature
The A/C is designed to kick off during WOT to maximize engine power
yes they will fit and work properly, however, the interior may be a little different.
I have a 84 camaro and went all winter without heat,I asked my boyfriend to see what could be the problem,well that did not accomplish anything,so I changed the fuse,guess what I have heat...