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Asked by Jan 05, 2011 at 08:39 PM about the Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

first it was my starter than altanator than radiator and now im having trouble with throttle body my fuel pump went out i fixed that and the next day my air breather caught fire due to burnt out throttle body i replaced tbi unit but car dies when i hit about 35mph wtf

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I have had the starter and alternator issues before, a bad battery can kill a good alternator and vice versa. have had multiple starters and now using a high torque mini starter instead of the large heavy original. have also had to have burnoff relays replaced along with various other relays over time.I would suggest that you change out to a TPI if you can find one used for your Generation of motor.

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