how can i tell if i have the 3.1 turbo in my car?

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Asked by Jan 13, 2012 at 09:00 PM about the Chevrolet Camaro

Question type: General

yes my v6 sound diffrent compared to the other v6 im used to driving it pics up and gos with ease but when it idles down it makes a weird noise like sum kind of boost?

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u can check it couple of ways under the hood u should see a pipe going from ur exhaust manifold heading up to a circular device that go into ur intake or u can look at the sticker on the drive door that will normally tell u if it a turbo or not

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Camaros don't come turbocharged from the factory so checking the driver side door is usless just check you exhaust manifold or under the car at the back cause some time people will install rear mount turbos

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who says it a camaro

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it is a camaro and i dont see anything in the motor to aquire it being a turbo so ill check the bk

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