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Time a 1987 2.8 v6 camaro


Most likely the IAC (idle air control) motor is sticking and dirty. Clean the throttle body, make certain the accelerator cable and TV cable is adjusted properly. Good luck

Oct 17, 2014 | 1987 Chevrolet Camaro

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1997 Camaro V6 with power to Ignition control module but not giving power to the Crank position sensor. I have three of these cars so I swapped the ignition control module out of a running one and got the...


97...Just a thought,needs a cam signal also,thinking that's a 3.8 with a magnet in the camshaft gear,the plastic holder for the magnet gets brittle with age and the magnet falls out.If you take the sensor out you can rotate the motor by hand and feel the magnet,if it's still there. That is a hard crank sensor to adjust correctly without the GM special tool.

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Swap Engines


You are going to need to Swap ECU also, They are not interchangable

Mar 21, 2013 | Chevrolet Camaro Cars & Trucks

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Where is the oil filter on 2011 comaro v6


to the right if of oil cap the silver cannister with the nut shape on it unscrew theres a cartride filter there

Jul 17, 2011 | 2011 Chevrolet Camaro

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Need the firing order 3.1 v6


The 1995 Camaro did not come with a 3.1 V6, but instead a 3.4 V6.
Assuming this is what you meant, the correct firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6.
Here is a representation with the cylinders labeled in order. 5 6 3 4 1 2 ---nose of car---

Feb 26, 2011 | 1995 Chevrolet Camaro

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I have a 2000 S10 2.2 manual 5 speed, 2wd that I would like to convert to a V6. Do I need to change the transmission and rear end and will my 5 sp bolt up to the V6


the 2000 s-10 came with optional engine the 4.3 LT V6 262 engine should bolt right in -- rear is fine but u will need all the electronics for engine and trans -the trans bolt up is different from the 4 to the 6 engine bell housing ,clutch ,slave etc the trans itself should be usable if u get the proper bell housing

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You need a donor vehicle, or a good junk yard. You will need an engine from a 95 up V6. You will need the complete engine, wiring harness, ECU, and harness. You will need the radiator and motor mounts, You should go ahead with the transmission swap also, being the 4 cyl.trans will be a bit weak for the v6. Look for the 3.4 v6 if you can find one. This swap from a Camaro is a good choice. The engines from the a Comaro are a bit beefier. What ever car you get your engine from, be sure to get as much wiring and all electronics as you can. Now if you do not have any Emissions problems where you live you will not need the ECU's or the wiring to go with them. You can run a carb engine and the swap will be a lot easier. You can get a manifold from Summit and a carb. and have plenty of power then. Good swapping.

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1993 camaro 3.1 v6 running hot,evidence of a small oil leak thru the head cylinder.


possible blown head gasket....be sure to check that cooling fan comes on after engine is at operating temperature

Oct 10, 2009 | 1996 Chevrolet Camaro

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1993 Camaro v6 3.4 lt


The cheapest and easiest ways to increase HP is intake and exhaust. Swapping a whole motor is a lot of work that comes with many headaches. A good aftermarket cold air intake will add 5-10 HP and you can bolt it in quick and easy. And putting on a good free flowing exhuast can add up to 25HP. Basically the intake allows more air into the motor creating more power, and if you get more air in you are gonna want that exhaust to get the air flowiing back out. So for a few hundred bucks you can get your car performing and sounding great.

Hope this helps.
And yes a 350 would fit, however you will need to swap your tranny to accept the 350 motor. Alot of work if you ask me.

Jun 26, 2008 | 1993 Chevrolet Camaro

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