How to Tune Up a Chevy 2.8 V6?

Answer The Chevy 2.8 V-6 engine is commonly found in late 1980s Camaros. It is a fuel-injected engine; therefore, there are no carburetor adjustments. This engine uses a distributor, which should be atten... Read More »

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How to Tune a 1996 Chevy Van?

Chevrolet introduced the van series of vehicles to consumers in 1964. Originally based on the GM truck chassis and available with optional four or six-cylinder engines, this van series was meant to... Read More »

How to Tune a '95 Chevy Pickup?

Performing a tune-up on a 1995 Chevy pickup is necessary every 100,000 miles if your truck has platinum spark plugs. Otherwise, you should perform a tune-up every 24,000 miles. The tune-up consists... Read More »

Chevy 261 Tune Up Specs?

Understanding the correct specifications for your 261-cubic-inch Chevy engine enables you to perform the correct tuneups and adjustments to the engine itself to keep it running in peak condition. A... Read More »

How to Tune up a 1988 Chevy 2.8 V6?

The General Motors' 60-degree, 2.8L V6 engine has become a popular off-road and racing motor among enthusiasts. Originally introduced in 1980, this motor was available in front and rear-wheel drive... Read More »