2000 Chevy Camaro Engine Runs Rough

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  1. Aliesta says:

    welllll i guess there are some shitty cars in here but hell its not my drmeas .more zonda’s and skylines less maro’s says my dream.

  2. Travis says:

    Hi, I have a 1992 Chevrolet Camaro rs 305 tbi/t5 5 speed. The issue I’m having is my gas pedal is extremely stiff and sticky for about the first quarter to half throttle, and only feels this way with the engine running. With the car turned off I pressed the pedal and it felt smooth and normal like it should, I then started the car and pressed the pedal again and it was extremely stiff and sticky. It’s been suggested that the butterflies in the throttle body are to far closed during idle or possibly the throttle shaft and throttle shaft bores are worn. I have inspected the throttle cable and it seems to be freely moving and in good repair. Hoping you can help me out with this. Thanks

    Live Chat: A lot of times, this situation is caused by carbon build up on the throttle blades and/or throttle bores. Excessive carbon slows the movement of the throttle blade and it can actually feel ‘sticky’ when you put your foot on the gas. You might want to try a good throttle body cleaning using carb spray or brake cleaner. Usually that will take care of the problem, but since your vehicle is older, you could have build up in places you can’t get to without removing and disassembling the throttle body or even having to replace it.