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  • About ACE1252
    Location
    Kernersville, NC
    Interests
    my camaro, videogames
    Occupation
    Electrical Engineer
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    Eric R.- Electrical Engineer - ODU
    1996 Blue Z28, 6M
    CC503, 1.6 Pro Mags, Kooks, Stock heads, K&N CAI.
    [email protected]/[email protected]

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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 05:42 PM
  • Join Date: 03-16-1999
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  1. 10-26-2017 08:09 PM - permalink
    Hey thanks for letting me know it was just and air vent for the evap canister. I looked back on your old thread and you said you used a 1/4" and 5/16" I.D. fuel hose for the lines since they were dry rotted. Do you remember where you got them from? Everywhere I look online charges over $20 for each fuel hose. Thanks in advance
  2. 08-25-2011 06:22 PM - permalink
    Hi Ace Was hoping you could help me again.Same 98 camaro w/3.8 you helped me with earlier in a nut shell the car acts like it has no gas.Went thru all the steps for air an spark in the fuel area I checked the rack and it had press of approx 52lbs with hardly any bleed off.BUT later I noticed when I manually pushed open that fuel fitting (car off) air blew out first.Does this mean fuel pump?? I do not know how air can enter a positive press sys(plenty of fuel registering in tank)The car will start and run(most of the time)but sometimes it just will not fire up and run.Has never died while driving it just will not start everytime
  3. 03-31-2011 11:54 AM - permalink
    Hey Ace, I was admiring the ZR1 wheels you have on the Camaro, and I was looking for the center caps you have on there now. Just curious how you came upon the Red bowtie centercaps?
  4. 07-14-2010 02:19 PM - permalink
    hey ace,

    i was looking around on the net for GM part 12556260 -- its the steam pipe kit (incl bolts, washers). you said you found it for 24 bucks... where about did you find the thing? Everywhere i've looked lists it for 110+... any ideas?
  5. 07-19-2009 06:58 PM - permalink
    Thanks. That was right on the money. It had a blow fuse for battery power to air relay. I went ahead and bought a haynes manuel. I didnt think one of them would have that kind of information in it.

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