Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac 1994-1995 Firebird (F-Body) Service Manual

Chevrolet Camaro 1994-1995 Pontiac Firebird Workshop, Owners, Service and Repair Manuals

1995 Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird Service Manual Volume 1 Download
1994 Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird Service Manual Volume 2 Download

General Information Download
Maintenance and Lubrication Download
Heating and Ventilation Download
Heater. Ventilation and Air Conditioning Download
Manual Control Air Conditioning Download


§ HD6/HR6-HE Air Conditioning Compressor or Unit Repair R-134a Download
§ General Information Download
§ Wheel Alignment Download
§ Power Steering Gear and Pump On-Vehicle Service Download
§ Power Steering Gear Unit Repair Download
§ Power Steering Pump Unit Repair Download
§ Front Suspension Download
§ Rear Suspension Download
§ Tires and Wheels Download
§ Steering Wheel and Column On-Vehicle Service Download
§ Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) Tilt Steering Column Unit


Repair Download
§ Propeller Shaft Download
§ Rear Drive Download
§ General Description Download
§ Master Cylinder Download
§ Front Disc Brakes Download
§ Rear Disc Brakes Download
§ Duo-Servo Drum Brakes Download
§ Vacuum Booster System Download
§ Antilock Brake System Download
§ Parking Brake Download



General Information Download
§ 3.4 Liter V6 Engine On-Vehicle Service Download
§ 3.4 Liter V6 VIN Code S Unit Repair
§ 5.7 Liter V8 Engine On-Vehicle Service Download
§ 5.7 Liter V8 Engine Unit Repair Download
§ Cooling and Radiator Download
§ Engine Fuel Download
§ Engine Electrical Download
§ Exhaust System Download
§ Automatic Transmission On-Vehicle Service Download
§ Automatic Transmission Diagnosis Download
§ Hydra-matic 4L60-E Unit Repair Download


§ Manual Transmission On-Vehicle Service Download
§ Borg Warner (T5) Unit Repair Download
§ Borg Warner (T56) Unit Repair Download
§ Clutch Download
§ Lighting Systems and Horns Download
§ Instrument Panel. Gages and Console Download
§ Windshield Wiper/Washer System (Pulse) Download
§ Audio Systems Download
§ Cruise Control Download
§ Theft Deterrent Systems Download
§ Engine Coolant Heater Download
§ Supplemental Inflatable Restraint (SIR) System Download
§ Remote Keyless Entry Download

§ Electrical Diagnosis Download


Chevrolet Camaro 4gn

The fourth generation Camaro entered production in 1993. It differs from its predecessor by a radically changed design, which has become more streamlined, with a rounded and pointed front end in a fashionable style at that time. All cars came with dual airbags as standard. At the start of sales, a two-door, combining the style of a coupe and a liftback type body, was the only variation (later a convertible appeared). Some elements of the Chevrolet Camaro body are made of fiberglass, for example: doors, roof, rear spoiler. The engine range includes V6 and V8 units.


The interior of the Chevrolet Camaro in the fourth generation has changed beyond recognition. It has become smoother, although not as expressive, but all controls are now more convenient. In front of the driver is a new instrument cluster, including a speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter, trip odometer, coolant temperature and oil pressure gauges.


The car has air conditioning, power windows, door locks and mirrors, a choice of audio systems and rim options. The Z28 came standard with 16-inch alloy wheels and a limited-slip rear differential. For simple versions, an RS package was offered, including various sports elements. The trunk of the car, as in the previous generation, as it should be for a liftback, opens along with the glass. Convenient and practical, however, owners of used cars often complained about weak hinges, trunk lid supports quickly failing, rear window leaking.


Base versions of the Chevrolet Camaro received a 3.4-liter V6 engine that produces 160 hp. Powerful Z28s were equipped with a 275-horsepower 5.7-liter V8. Since 1995, a new 3.8-liter V6 has appeared under the hood, 40 “horses” more productive than the previous unit – the power has increased to 200 hp. The V8 engine was also upgraded, thanks to which the number of “horses” under the hood of the Z28 versions increased to 305. The Camaro is equipped as standard with a 5-speed manual transmission. An electronically controlled 4-speed “automatic” was an option. The Z28 offered a choice between a 6-speed “mechanics” or a 4-speed automatic transmission.


Structurally, the Chevrolet Camaro continues to use the F-body platform, on which General Motors has been producing the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird sports models since 1967, with several upgrades. The 1993 Camaro has redesigned suspension, steering and other components compared to previous models to meet increased engine power and new handling requirements. The wheelbase is 2568 mm – given the presence of two rows of seats, this is quite a bit, so the rear seats are only for children, but the large rear opening and folding seats made it possible to use the rear row as an opportunity to expand the storage area and even carry long things. The trunk volume of the liftback in the standard seating position is 365 liters. With folded – 929 liters.


The fourth generation Camaro was sold equipped with dual driver and passenger airbags and standard anti-lock brakes. Options included cruise control, fog lights, a factory-built anti-theft system. For the 1995 model year, the Z28 added an option in the form of traction control to control the car’s traction.


The fourth generation Camaro is the heir to the famous muscle cars of the late 60s, with the pure power of a V8 engine under the hood. The car is interesting for many characteristic features that are appreciated by lovers of classic sports cars. Unfortunately, in terms of reliability, used Camaros may require more attention than their Japanese competitors. The disadvantages of the car were called poor visibility, unsuitability for long trips, almost no rear legroom, poor interior quality and sound insulation.

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