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Re: need some help
Usually to replace the tumbler(where you put the key) teh case around it should have like 2 to 4 scews in the bottom of the case usually phillips head......they will be in deep holes that you probably cant see the screw in it....stick a screwdriver in it n check....let me know what happens
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I just put my injectors in on the same car as yours. The fuel rail where the injectors are located has 2 screws on pass side. once you take out injectors then upper manifold, make sure you remove all plugs & connections before removing any screws as there are quite a few plugs for sensors on this engine. I also had to remove the plastic windshield **** that holds the wipers so you can have better access to the screws in rear of upper manifold. Once you do all that other ****, then you have access to intake manifold. i suggest buying a Fel-pro gasket kit at Advance auto parts for under $25, you get all gaskets for the engine, valve covers, manifold, exhaust, etc.. I found the injectors all 6 for $90 on ebay, remanufactured by basically brand new. might as well change those out since the car is 16 years old. I also did lil tune up, spark plugs, wires, coils.
Check the voltage to the small terminal on the starter when tying to start the car.If there is 12 volts,then replace the starter,if there is not,any voltage,check the neutral safety switch,if it is not the problem,replace the ignition switch.Before all this,make sure the battery is good,and that the battery connections,cable ends included,are clean,and shiny,if they are dirty and corroded,there will not be enough voltage for the starter,it takes more voltage.
If it's the same as the VATS system in my 86 Corvette (resistor pellet in key) the ignition switch might need to be replaced. The contacts on the key wore low, replacing the key helped for a short time but the new contacts wore the switch down faster then it too needed to be replaced. $200!
I too, once owned a '95 z28, fun car to drive, anyway HO chevy small blocks w/EFI are notorious for being beasts on a cold start. Try this when you get ready to start the car turn the ignition on but don't start let it set there a few seconds you should hear the fuel pumping waking up. Now instead of holding the key and letting it crank and crank, just hit enough to let the engine fire. Not only will lengthen the life of your starter it will lengthen the life of the fuel pump.
could be ign switch, relay, fuse, bad starter, corrosion on the battery cables, faulty starter cable, bad battery, corrosion on the starter, dead battery, bad alternator that allowed the battery to go dead, wrong key, bad key, worn key... shall I continue?