Question about 1994 Chevrolet Camaro
You have obviously got water ingress where you shouldn't when cleaning the engine. It's always advisable to have the engine running and at operating temperature whenever using water to clean under the hood. Anyway, the water is there so what do you do? Carefully clean every electrical connection under the hood with a dry cotton cloth. WD40 can be used and will do the job more easily but naturally will leave an oily residue, depends on how clean you want your motor. Persistence and tenacity are the key features plus plenty of patience to overcome the water problem - and here's hoping you don't do it again!
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is the turn signal/headlight/hazard switch assembly on the steering column which the brake light wiring runs through. The part is easy to change and cost about $50 at most parts stores
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
The warning lights are telling you that something is malfunctioning. As long as the warning lights are "ON" you can take it to most major auto parts stores and they will scan it for free, and if the guy that scans it has any automotive knowledge, he'll be able to tell you what is wrong and how/ how much to fix it.
Once you get the codes that the computer is giving, it'll be easier to diagnose your problem, and there are lots of guys on the website who'll be more than happy to tell you how to fix it.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Sounds like you have several problems. The P0332 sounds like you got your knock sensor wet and needs to be replaced. When you do make sure you replace the wire harness also and that you seal around both sensors. Also remove the back near fire wall foam under the intake mani to let the water that collects evap out.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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