Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
I dont know what is wrong i bought this red 1995 camaro 3.4 v6 sfi it looked really nice inside and out no scratches or dents anything like that a slight rip on the driver seat. but when i parked it at my house for everyone to see, we all smelled oil! so we look at the dipstick its broke cant find one anywhere. temp fix on the dipstick shows that the car has no oil so ive been driving around with no oil in my new camaro. there is also a small leak somewhere. i put cardboard under it in a garage and its on the back pass side of motor unless its rolling off another part. anyways i guess im asking if anyone else has had this problem or know how to deal with it? any info would be great thanks.
Sounds like a faulty oil light sender that has a leak or has blown. Will drain sump verry quickly
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
one very common leak on 3.1 l is under throtle body where there used to be a distriburo.its located between transmission and tor rear of the engine .there is an o ring under it . check at the top under where the gas cable is.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
SOURCE: overheat smell
When the engine is cold, check the coolant level. if it's low, add enough to fill. Check the oil like this: Pull the dipstick out, wipe it clean, insert it back in the tube, wiggle it, pull it out and look closely. See if you spot what look like bubbles in the oil. This may indicate coolant is leaking past the head gaskets and getting burned, hence the overheating smell. Could be a leak at one of the hose fittings, or the hose itself, dripping onto hot metal parts. If it's a head gasket issue that needs to be addressed, but that's worst case. Check all the hoses and clamps, feel around for wetness, might just be a simple drip from a loose hose clamp.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
SOURCE: 1993 camaro overheating
There is a little hole close to the spool of the water pump, im not sure if its on top or bottom, but once you see that hole start the engine and if water starts leaking out of that hole you need a new water pump.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
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