Chevrolet Camaro 1996-2002 Service Repair Manuals

Chevrolet Camaro & Pontiac Firebird (F-Body) Service Manual + Wiring Diagrams Owners Manuals Engine Diagnostics, Troubleshooting, Sensor Locations, Error Codes, Fuse Box and Engine Wiring Locations

  • high consumption of oil and gasoline;
  • smoky exhaust;
  • malfunctions of the engine at idle;
  • extraneous noise, rattle, tapping in the engine;
  • a sharp drop in power.

General Information Download
Maintenance and Lubrication Download
Vibration Diagnosis and Correction Download
Heating. Ventilation and Air Condition Download
HVAC Systems – Manual Download
Power Steering System Download
Steering Wheel and Column – Tilt Download
Suspension General Diagnosis Download
Wheel Alignment Download
Front Suspension Download
Rear Suspension Download
Tires and Wheels Download
Propeller Shaft Download

Rear Drive Axle Download
Hydraulic Brakes Download
Disc Brakes Download
Park Brake Download
Antilock Brake System Download
Engine Mechanical – 3.8L Download
Engine Mechanical – 5.7L Download
Engine Cooling Download
Engine Electrical Download


Engine Controls – 3.8L Download
Engine Controls – 5.7L Download
Engine Exhaust Download
Manual Transmission – M49 Download
Manual Transmission – MM6 Download
Automatic Transmission – 4L60-E Download
Clutch Download
Data Link Communications Download
Lighting Systems Download
Wipers/Washer System Download
Entertainment Download
Wiring Systems Download
Body Control System Download

Instrument Panel, Gauges and Console Download
Keyless Entry Download
Horns Download
Theft Deterrent Download
Cruise Control Download
Retained Accessory Power Download
Exterior Trim Download
Waterleaks Download
Air/Wind Noise Download
Squeaks and Rattles Download
Stationary Windows Download
Bumpers Download
Body Front End Download
Doors Download
Roof Download

Seats Download
Interior Trim Download
Body Rear End Download
Plastic Panel Information and Repair Download
Paint/Coatings Download
Frame and Underbody Download
Collision Repair Download
Seat Belts Download
SIR Download
System Wiring Diagrams Download
2000 Chevrolet Camaro Owner’s Manual Download


Chevrolet Camaro 1996

In 1996, Camaro buyers will notice a few visual changes to their favorite pony car. Cayenne red metallic is new this year, chromed aluminum rims are available with a gold chain.

A new RS trim level is available with sporty lower front and rear fascia extensions, rocker moldings and a three-piece spoiler. engine improvements are big news this year. the base engine is a 3800 series ii v6 with 200 horsepower. that’s 40 horsepower more than last year’s base engine and 45 more ponies than a Ford Mustang can produce. entered service during the 1995 model year, the new v6 can be mated with a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission.  With a manual transmission, the series II v6 propels the camaro to 100 km/h almost as fast as a Ford Mustang GT.


In fact, the existence of this power plant is a strong argument for avoiding the higher insurance rates and prices of the z28. an optional performance management package includes larger tires, alloy wheels, firmer steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and a limited-slip differential on the v6 camaro.


In terms of economy, the z28 is second to none. The 5.7-liter V8 engine from the Corvette puts out 285 horsepower on the pavement through the rear wheels, up 10 horsepower from last year. Also new is the ss version of the z28, which makes 300 horsepower thanks to a large hood scoop that blows cool air into the engine. Known for their magical GM f-body work since the late 80s, slp engineering is doing the conversion on the z28 ss. Contact your dealer for details.

The interior of the Camaro is functional, if not a little flashy. The interior is adorned with a new upholstery fabric, and you can order your Camaro in a new interior color – neutral. The Camaro fits a decent amount of equipment in the cargo area, and airbags and anti-lock brakes are standard. more mature drivers can order traction control, but that option negates some of the Chevy ponycar fun: a smoky, teenage burnout that leaves drivers gasping for charred good years.

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