i agree i just don't have a clue where to do it manually in the newer
camaros the 88 all i have to is apply 12 volts to one spot on the aldl
connector and it comes on
he may also whish to put a pressure meter on the fuel rail to make sure
pressure is building up properly there
if he had crap stopping up his fuel line hopefully it did not go any further
down the feul supply line which will stop up the injectors
Thanx for the info guys. 1 more question. I might be able to have
the dealership fix it, (It may still be under warranty, but I've
already put 37,000 miles on the car) but do you have to drop the fuel
tank on 2002 Camaros to fix it? TIA MOONMAN
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