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not much in the way of details .. have you tried to use a little starting fluid in the air cleaner to see if the problem is fuel ?? or is it getting fire?

Motorsports | Answered on Jun 26, 2014


Is it a new key.If so it will need programmed.It is most likley the security system.Sounds like anti-theft in the ignition switch.If you have original key tape it to new key try to start.there's a sensor in the switch that tells your computer the correct programed key is there.

Motorsports | Answered on May 29, 2014


change valvebody gaskets upper and lower

Motorsports | Answered on May 23, 2014


As long as the mechanical timing is okay so that you dont have a collision with the valves, the ignition timing is the same. Mechanical timing is not an issue if the heads allow enough space between the valves and the piston. approx 15 degrees advanced is where you want to be with ignition timing.

Motorsports | Answered on May 17, 2014


Hello. Check the transmission munts. And just incase, check the motor munts just to be safe. Good Luck.

Motorsports | Answered on May 15, 2014


The gasket is beter also cek the service manual to see the replacing oil pan

Motorsports | Answered on May 07, 2014


Get coil overs for it you can adjust the suspension to the height you want just make sure to not go to low or your tires will scrape

Motorsports | Answered on May 04, 2014


Always Google if necessary for repairs if not on Fixya Research within your cars forums as your car probably has a problem consistent with your make and model.

Motorsports | Answered on May 03, 2014


You would need to do measurements. Surely it will involve changes to chassis and many other things such as exhaust, fuel pump etc etc. may be easier to try to repair chassis to wrecked car. A really good shop can straitened and possibly weld to repair. Don't know of the amount of body work involved. May need to explore restoration experts

Motorsports | Answered on May 03, 2014


The engine noise indicates that the oil light is not lying to you- there is a loss of oil pressure. Make sure the oil level is full. If the light comes on when making severe maneuvers or braking, the oil may be flowing away from the pickup tube in the oil pan. The oil pan may need to have a baffle in it to stop the oil slosh. Otherwise, if the light stays on for more than a few seconds, the pickup screen may be plugged with muck or sludge. If the oil light and noise happen after the car has gotten fully warm (like after freeway driving) it could be excessive wear in the oil pump or engine bearings.

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 27, 2014


CHECK: UNDER HOOD POWER DISTRIBUTION CENTER FOR BLOWN MAXI-FUSE
YES THERE IS A RELAY
WHEN IGNITION SWITCH IS TURNED TO THE RUN (NOT START) POSITION...YOU SHOULD HERE A "WHIRRING" NOISE BRIEFLY FROM FUEL PUMP

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 23, 2014


put o volt meter between the postive cable then pull fuses one at a time and note if the voltage drops thats the circuit thats causing drain also could possilby be the diode in the alt ro short on the starter solenoid. start wiht the fuses wiht key off and no interior lights etc running your voltage shoudl show very low bewteen the positve and the volt meter

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 21, 2014


If you are SURE the plugs and wires are good, remove the distributer cap and check the cap inside contacts for corrosion and for cracks in the plastic cap itself. Check for tracking marks on the rotor. If the entire distributor is made of plastic there is a vent in the floor of the main body. The vent is a metal screen that get clogged and traps moisture in the cap causing corrosion. The vent can be cleaned but GM recommends to replace the entire assembly.

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 20, 2014


It is here, according to Mitchell data: 90c174b6-6759-4f58-91b0-0ceb5ee16fcb.jpg

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 15, 2014


You need to loosen brakes, So it can slide over outer lip

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 11, 2014


There should be a lock, that you need a screw driver to push in to release.

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 11, 2014


Check compression, and exhaust, If you have good compression your muffler may be clogged with oil and need burnt out, Also make sure your plug is good.

Motorsports | Answered on Apr 11, 2014

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