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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 26th, 09, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
 
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1991 camaro power issue

I have a 91 camaro v8 305 with 5-speed manual. When I first got the car I was able to stand on the gas and roast the tires all day, but now I can't get it to even spin the tires at all, it seems to have barely any power, it does not bog down or hesitate, it just does not accelerate. I have recently replace the Distributor cap and rotor, new wires and plugs, and new fuel injectors. The car used to be fun, but now it drives like a honda civic.
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Possible plugged up catalytic converter.

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old Jun 26th, 09, 06:18 PM
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Re: 1991 camaro power issue

No bog or hesitation and still no acceleration with a stick car.Does it rev up in gear but not accelerate?A slipping clutch will not tranfer the power to the ground.

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Re: 1991 camaro power issue

crapped up fuel filter can be attributed to about 90 percent of drivability issues.
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Re: 1991 camaro power issue

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Possible plugged up catalytic converter.
X2 especially if this car has a Hypertech chip in it's computer. It just fools the computer into thinking it's cold all the time and makes it dump more fuel.

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