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About Chevrolet El Camino

Chevrolet El Camino,which means "The Trail or The Road" in English, is a coupé utility/pickup vehicle manufactured by General Motors' brand Chevrolet from 1959 to 1860 and again from 1964 to 1987. The first Chevrolet El Camino was introduced in the 1959 to 1960 model years to compete with the Ford Ranchero pickup. It was classified and titled in North American as a truck and had been produced through five generations.
The fifth generation Chevrolet El Camino (1978-1987) was unveiled in 1978. There were four trim levels available in this generation: Classic, Black Knight/Royal Knight, Conquista and Super Sport. And it was powered by a 3.3 L Chevrolet V6 engine, a 3.8 L Chevrolet V6 engine, a 3.8 L Buick V6 engine, a 4.3 L Chevrolet V6 engine, a 4.4 L Small-Block V8 engine, a 5.0 L Small-Block V8 engine, a 5.7 L Small-Block V8 engine and a 5.7 L 105 hp Diesel V8 engine. And all these engines were fitted along with a 3-speed manual transmission, a 4-speed manual transmission and a 3-speed Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission.

Chevrolet El Camino Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As a vehicle with multitasks to complete, Chevrolet El Camino has to endure more than ordinary vehicles. However, there is still a way to increase its lifespan if you know how to diagnose and solve some common problems on it in time:
First, Check Engine Light was illuminated. On Chevrolet El Camino, the Check Engine Light comes on for many times. Besides electrical reasons, some other reasons you need also to know. If you have a broken speedometer cable, not only the squealing noise would come from behind the dashboard, the Check Engine Light would also come on. Bad engine control module, clogged oil filter or air filter even failed automatic transmission shifter would also activate your El Camino's light.
Second, suspension failure. This problem on Chevrolet El Camino would show signs such as excessive vibrations while driving, swerving or nose diving when braking or drivers need to take longer to stop the vehicle. More obvious symptoms are uneven tire wear and leaking fluid. Once any above signs are what your Chevrolet El Camino is experience, you can try checking the shock absorber, wheel bearing, steering knuckle and trailing arm bushing.
While as an assembled item, your Chevrolet El Camino needs your meticulous maintenance. If you find paint flaking from the wiper arm or streaking on the windshield, wipers chattering and wiper blades not touch the windscreen, your wiper arm needs a replacement. And washer reservoir needs a thorough inspection if windshield wipers work badly.
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