1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

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1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Overview

The 1999 Monte Carlo was available as an LS or the more race-car-minded Z34. The base engine on the LS remained a 3.1-liter, 160-horsepower V6, and the Z34 kept its powerful yet fuel-efficient 3.8-liter, 200-horsepower V6. Mileage for the LS is 20/29 city/highway, while owners of the Z34 can expect 19/30.

Drivers love the comfort of the vehicle, yet complain about the quality of the brakes and the time needed to go from 0 to 60, even in the powerful Z34. Tuning these cars for more power can be difficult, as the engine compartment is relatively small and tightly-packed.

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What Happens If You Put 10w30 Oil In A Car That Needs 5w30?

My friend saw my oil light on so he put oil in my car for me but he bought 10w30 and my car needs 5w30.

Monte Z34

I have a monte carlo z34. I bought parts for a 98 but after investigation my car is a 99 will the rotors hub assembly and breaks interchange?

Mysterious Brake Problem

I have a 99 Monte Carlo. The brake pedal started to get really stiff and wouldn't go down when I would drive more than 15 minutes. Plus the car would start to shake , I would feel resistance when ...

Clincking Noise When Turning Right Sounds Like A Tin Can And It Is For Just...

When turning right the sound it makes is like draging a tin can for 4 seconds I can not find the problem

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99 Monte Carlo Won't Start

99 monte carlo 3.8 motor won't start it will crank but won't start replaced ignition coils, ignition module, spark plugs and wires, and crank shaft sensor cam sensor got it to run then it heated up...