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I am looking for instruction on how to replace a radiator in a 94 z28 camaro.

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The low coolant level light keeps coming on on my 1995 camaro z28. I have replaced the radiator, thermostat, and coolant level sensor. That I know of, there are no leaks. What do I do?


Replace the low coolant sensor right side if radiator. When you replaced the radiator
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I had the same problem.

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Check for obstruction in front of radiator/condenser that would cause loss of airflow through the core.Sometimes these cores get clogged with bugs or debris and airflow is deminished. The reason for overheat with A/C on is that the condenser adds to the heat in front of the radiator and if there is not enough airflow then the engine also runs hot because radiator can not be cooled sufficiently.
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94 Camaro Z28 Missfire & Backfires


I had a similar problem, took it to get diagnosed and was instructed to give them $1100 because of a faulty reading on the distributer, rather than paying $650 for a unit I found plenty available new for under $200 I bought an OEM for $189. Now the labour can be found cheaper elsewhere. I then discovered that the module may also be at fault but I would have to replace the dizzy first, Then discovered that the Air Flow meter {afm} may need to be taken off and cleaned with a carby cleaning spray, this is a do it yourself fix costing you about $8 a can of cleaner
Unscrew the units clamps and disconnect the plug, I can't stress enough, DO NOT touch the fine wires inside, spray the carbon buildup off the inside and blow/air dry, {do not rinse with water.} reinstall the unit in the reverse of which it was removed, Alternativly you may have fuel blockage in the lines, try replacing the fuel filter {cheapest fix}
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My 94 Z28 has a radiator low level light.


There are a few things that can cause this. The fluid level sensor located in the radiator accumulates scaling over the years. The scaling prevents the sensor from detecting the fluid level. One thing you can try is to use a wire with alligator clips on both ends. Clip one end to the sensor area of the radiator and the other to the battery ground or engine block. Leave it in place for a few days and see if helps.
Let me know.
Regards,

Mar 10, 2009 | 1994 Chevrolet Camaro

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1995 Z28 overheating and loosing power


It sounds like your cooling system is becoming clogged with debris. Flush your radiator, replace the temperature sensor and the thermostat. Also, Griffin makes great after market high capacity aluminum radiators, a little pricey, but worth the money the event you have to replace the radiator due leaks and corrosion.

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Oct 11, 2008 | 1995 Chevrolet Camaro

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