Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
I had an 87' Buick with a brand new sequential v-6 in it. A year or so later it would shut off sporatically or while highway driving it would quietly shut down. It took a while to fix but it ended up being a faulty coil pack. there were 3 seperate ones on that motor on top running to the plugs. I have the LT1 with opti-spark. I hope this helps those who have the coil packs on any of their cars. check them! I had some G-ball tell me I needed a new crank because my motor had 250K's on it. It was a year old under warranty still in my old Buick. So watch out for the G-balls out there.
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
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Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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