Last post on May 04, 2012 at 4:41 AM
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#25 of 34 Re: 95 Camaro [deansprob1]
Mar 31, 2011 (2:54 am)
from my armchair i am confident it's for sure the intake manifold gasket or head gasket. intake manifold gasket common to require repair on the LT1 V8 especially.
some of repair/replacement of the gasket is probably is done with RTV sealant, it's not easy to get a good cure/seal, took my dealership 3 tries to get it sealed right.
personally i wouldn't run that engine whatsoever until it's fixed.
#26 of 34 Re: 95 Camaro [elias]
by claires HOST
Mar 31, 2011 (10:10 pm)
Good to see you again, elias!
#27 of 34 Re: 95 Camaro [claires]
Apr 03, 2011 (7:56 am)
tnx, claire-s, likewise here !
ps - Lately I'm thinking 2012 Camaro ZL1 - with no engine problems.
#29 of 34 camaro ignition problem
Oct 26, 2011 (7:01 pm)
i have a 1989 camaro with the tbi 305 was wondering what could be causing my car to turn over more then usual then starts. by more then usual meaning like it cranks over prolly 5 to 6 times then fires up rather then mybe 2 or 3. also sometimes when i stop at a stop sign or red light i go to take off and it dies but starts right back up thanks for any help
#30 of 34 1998 chevy camaro
Apr 18, 2012 (6:01 am)
we just bought this car and theres water in the oil it doesent act like a blown head gasket i was wondering if the 3.8 could be like the 3100 with an intake leak
#31 of 34 Re: 1998 chevy camaro [sunny46]
Apr 18, 2012 (5:22 pm)
i'd make the same guess - intake manifold gasket - without knowing for fact if it's possible with this engine - but it's gotta be.
#32 of 34 fuel delivery
Apr 26, 2012 (7:34 pm)
i need a blow up of the fuel pump and sending unit for a 1998 chevy camaro 3.8 litre automatic
#33 of 34 fuel pressure
Apr 28, 2012 (8:22 am)
this 1998 chevy camaro3.8 litre has fuel pressure and runs for say 10 min then it has alkinds of pressure and no fuel i have no return pressure so it keeps building until it acts like a vapor lock u toggle the key a couple times and it will start again but then dies again do u know if i shoud have at least a little return pressure to let the air out of the system
#34 of 34 Re: fuel pressure [sunny46]
May 04, 2012 (4:41 am)
theoretically the symptom sounds like it can be explained by gasket/flange/fuel-line failure-when-heated on the inbound side of fuel pump - failure allows air into pump intake rather than fuel.
if that's the case the fuel pump may have irreparably damaged by running too hot due to no 'fuel pump coolant' (fuel).
if pump/fuel-line is difficult to access, a way to test the possibility may be cold-spray to chill-out the suspect areas/items to see if that delays the issue from occurring.