You have a loose wire in your wire bundle that goes to your BAC. The problem is that the loose wire is in your RAP (retained acc. power- the gizmo that lets you listen to your radio and roll down windows after you turn off the engine.) There is a link in one of the Fbody forums, you'll have to Google it, but it will show you the wire in question. The BCM (body control module) hides behind the glove box on the right, about the size of a paperback book. Common fix your the loose wire situation is to zip tie the offending bundle to something solid to keep it from shifting. Good luck...
The Camaro would be heavier
yea they are the same motors on the outside
The key feature would be the fact that a 1966 Camaro doesn't exist.
Cut the engine capartment out so it fits
Chevy didn't offer a 350 in an 86 Camaro, but if they did, it would theoretically work in an 87 Caprice.
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.
67, to 69 Camaro will bolt right in.
about 2000 if your lucky
Its going to cost my daughter $62.00 a month for a 1988 Camaro.
While anything is theoretically possible, the practical answer to this would be no.
It would depend on the offset. It may hit the struts.
I do believe that it would, but maybe check with a Chevy dealer first.