How to Replace the Starter in a Chevy Camaro?

Answer When the 3.8L or 5.7L engine in your 1996 to 2002 Chevrolet Camaro fails to start, check the starter motor. While it might turn, the starter motor might not be outputting the amps required. The cor... Read More »

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How to Replace the Starter Relay in a Chevy Camaro?

Under the hood of a 2002 model year Chevy Camaro, near the battery on the driver's side, rests two fuse and relay centers. The second center contains the starter relay that helps to regulate high c... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Chevy Camaro?

Too much play in the tie rod ends of the Chevy Camaro can affect the steering. Thanks to the integral role the tie rod plays in connecting the steering to the wheels, any play or damage to the tie ... Read More »

How to Replace the Alternator in a Chevy Camaro?

The Chevy Camaro uses an alternator to run electrical devices in your vehicle while the engine is running. A voltage regulator maintains a constant voltage level and is frequently integrated into t... Read More »

How to Replace the Oil Pan Gasket in a Chevy Camaro?

If your Chevy Camaro is leaving a trail of oil behind, it may be time to replace a worn oil pan gasket. Although replacing the gasket in a Camaro is easy, getting to the oil pan is a challenge. Her... Read More »