How to Replace a Camaro O2 Sensor?

Answer The O2 sensor (also known as the oxygen sensor) works in conjunction with the engine computer to precisely meter the air/fuel ratio fed into your engine. The O2 sensor measures the amount of unburn... Read More »

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How to Replace an ABS Wheel Sensor in a Chevy Camaro?

The Chevy Camaro has an anti-lock braking system (ABS) with sensors on each wheel that continuously monitor that wheel's speed. The ABS wheel sensor transmits this information to the ABS controller... Read More »

How to Replace a Mass Airflow Sensor on a 1988 Camaro?

The mass-airflow sensor, often called the MAF sensor, helps regulate the air-to-fuel ratio on fuel injected engines. If the sensor goes out, your 1988 Camaro will likely display a "Service" or "Che... Read More »

How to Replace an Intake Air Temperature Sensor on a 2001 Camaro 3.8?

The air temperature sensor on a 2001 Camaro with a 3.8 engine is used to sense the intake air temperature, which relates to the mass of the air. The hotter that the air, the thinner it becomes, and... Read More »

How to Replace the Wheel Speed Sensor in a Chevy Camaro?

The anti-lock brake system, also known as ABS, senses the speed of each wheel and notes when one locks up, thus relieving the hydraulic pressure in that wheel to avoid a skid. The wheel speed senso... Read More »