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My son has just traded a car for one of these 1992 Camaron RS 305 V8 well he was going down the road and it died, he brought it to my house and we looked at it. we are replacing cap, rotor, distributor, s. plugs, wires, and putting a new gasket on the carborator, with this cure the problem of it not wanting to start? thanks

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  • sharonjj45 Nov 13, 2009

    thanks I will let my son know, sounds like a lot of money to be putting into it?

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Maybe,maybe not,It has an ignition module in the distributor that causes problems,and the carburetor can cause the problem.

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    Ronny Bennett Sr. Nov 13, 2009

    no,the module is not high,and the carb,well may need choke adjusted.

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Possibly but not 100% likely. there could be other issues as to why it will not run. timing chain etc..etc..have it checked by a mech...

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  • john regrut Nov 13, 2009

    not really if the vehicle is in good shape and low miles under 150 thousand. lets put it like this it is a good project car and will be a classic soon...have some fun ..

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Could be the internals in the distributer also....pickup coil and ignition module go bad in these cars also...good luckLee

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