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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no not yet i wouldn't change the computr. check to see if there is voltage pos. at one or more of the injector lugs! if not then there is a fuse for them tht may be bad. first check fuse near battery it is in and black plastic cover boted to thefender if it istill mounted and someone didn't nbolt it. then ifthat 25 amp fuse is good checktheones under the dashand also a signif tht fuse nearthe fender is good or not is if the fuel pump is kicking onand the check engine ight work when the key is inthe on position. let me know if you have juice there atthe injectors and if so then iwould check the wire from thecomputer toinjectors if good then iwould say the computerisbad. but let me know and wecanwotk through it.i hve three of these cars i love them. good luck
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Testimonial: "yes there is fuel getting to the rails and the computer i have already changed there is fire getting to the injectors both wires are hot when you turn"
SOURCE: 1988 camaro iroc z 350
To set the ignition timing you will need to disconnect the electronic timing control. It is usually a dark brown and black wire located on the passenger side foot well where the carpet meets the firewall. Once the wire is disconnected, loosen the distributor and set the timing with a timing light. If you have an automatic transmission, I think the timing is 6deg BTDC. Tighten the distributor down and connect the ETC wire.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Steam from the exhaust means, unfortunately, that coolant is entering the cylinders, and very little running like that will destroy the rings and pistons. It could be anything from an intake or head gasket leak to a cracked cylinder.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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