I am writing back again regarding a tranny problem in my friends 97 5.7L Camaro. Last time, your advice for my tranny problem in 89 firebird transAM saved me several hundred dollars by just replacing the lockup solenoid valve for just $120 while the auto shop were trying to get it rebuild. My car is still running good. So when my friend’s Camaro started giving him tranny problem. I thought I would get your advice again.
However once the air and fuel mixture is exploded the great treatment that the air got when it came into the engine changes. Now it has become an exhaust gas which must be quickly got rid of. And therefore the engine tries to shove it out through the silencer and the catalytic converter recycling so that the next lot of air and fuel mixture can get it. But trying to shove the exhaust gases out is not a very elegant thing to do and this inelegance has a cost.
Hydrogen fuel cells are based on the fact that water is composed of atoms of hydrogen and oxygen. A very simple “converter” is added to your gas- or diesel-burning engine. A small amount of electricity from your engine is sent through a quart-size container of water and possibly some baking soda (an every-day kitchen item). This causes the water to be divided into hydrogen and oxygen.
3) Emails that don’t go through Ebay or Yahoo Auctions (Many of these fraudulent transactions have occurred because someone emails a bidder that is not the winning bidder and tells them they are and to send them their last bid price – All Ebay transactions will have winning bidder notifications from and through the Ebay email system).
Take out all pieces of the exhaust that you plan on replacing. Take them off the hangers and lay your parts aside. You should now have catalytic converter recycling all of the pipe removed. If you’ve got brand-new hangers (suggested because stock ones are spongy and old), cut off the old ones with some sort of cutting tool (dremel will work).
Depending upon the type of hangers you have on your car, place the brand-new hangers onto the exhaust pieces first; this is normally a less complicated method to put the pieces back on.
If you choose option 2 then you must drive the car about 60 miles or so in total so that your car’s computer cycles through and automatically clears the error code.