1996 Chevrolet Camaro Repair Question
1996 Chevy Camaro V8 Two Wheel Drive Automatic 150000 miles
i have a 1996 Camaro 5.7 LT1. i have the trouble code p1351 Ignition control circuit high voltage. I have replaced the ICM, Distributor, Alternator and Opti spark wiring harness. I have replaced everything short of the entire wiring harness from the VCM. Any suggestions?
Measure voltage from ICM terminal "B" and ground is it between 1-4V?
hey can u send me the direct link to that schismatic so i can enlarge it and save it for future reference.
Nope but you can go to Repair Manuals on this site and get entire manual from Mitchell on Demand @ $10
I got a weird reading of -0.12 on the meter disclosed in photo
if i am at a wrong setting or on the wrong connectors please let me know. Key is in On position.
Meter needs to be on 20 scale DCV
and this number jumped around from -.35 to -.29
Check from B to engine bolck if voltage then ground C black mis faulty
@ Docfixit I sent my car to a shop to test the electrical for me and they told me that i needed to reprogram my PCM or something was wrong with my pcm and i needed to take it directly to Chevy for service.
Do you have any friends in California i can take this car to personally? This Vehicle is not a regular Camaro. I got this car from a retired Lt. from the highway patrol in Oregon and this car has many Chevy Add-on's i do not trust with just anybody.
I took the car to Pontiac/Chevy dealer when I threw my timing chain and they told me i threw a piston and i had a hole in my piston. I took the car home and fixed the timing chain myself. Same motor is in it now. You can see why i Try not to take my car to shops because i just get screwed for money i do not have.
She runs so great. I replaced ignition control module, distributor, opti wiring harness, coil, crank sensor, alternator, everything with ignition short of the PCM and the entire motor harness from the PCM.