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2000 Chevrolet Camaro Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

2000 Chevrolet Camaro Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

The 2000 Chevrolet Camaro is available in two body styles, coupe and convertible. It is powered by a 3.0-liter V6 engine and is mated to a four-speed automatic transmission or five-speed manual transmission. All models include a standard four-speed automatic transmission. The SS Package adds 17-inch aluminum wheels. Depending on the trim, a steering-wheel-mounted radio and a CD changer are available.

The shift cable for the Camaro was routed through a hole in the trans tunnel, and then through a gradual bend that angled the cable toward the fuel line. A breather tube is used to discharge transmission fluid when they begin to overheat. The original factory breather tube is about three-to-four inches long and dumps the fluid into the case. Gearstar opted to extend the breather tube to the tailshaft housing.

The transmission was first introduced in 1967 and was based on the LS6 engine. Production of the first-generation Camaro ended early to make room for the 35th Anniversary models. The LS6 was also used on the SS and Z28. The camshaft profile was revised, and the EGR system was eliminated. A new slave cylinder was introduced, allowing the LS6 clutch to be fitted in the manual model.

The second-generation Camaro had a new face and a new grille. The front clip was changed, and the headlights were replaced with round units. The engine was a 5.7-litre LS1 V8 engine rated at 305 horsepower. The new LS1 also featured an aluminum cylinder block with iron sleeves, which reduced its weight by 95 pounds (43 kg). The Camaro was produced for 48,495 units.

The 1999 Camaro had a different transmission. It was a four-speed automatic. The shift cable was routed through the factory hole on the trans tunnel, but had a gradual bend. The transmission had a breather tube, which is a tube that dumps fluid if it overheats. The factory breather tube was only three to four inches long and dumped the fluid on the case. The Gearstar extended the breather tube to the tailshaft housing.

The 1999 Camaro was produced earlier than usual to accommodate the 35th anniversary models. The SS and Z28 models were a year later. The SS models received an intake manifold from the LS6 engine, which was used from 2001 to 2005. It was equipped with an EGR system and a revised camshaft profile. The transmissions used a new slave cylinder for the clutch assembly.

The Y87 package added a performance package. The suspension package included double adjustable Koni shocks, stiffer springs, larger front anti-roll bars, and stiffer suspension bushings. The Y87 performance option added a sporty steering ratio and a new color. Y87 was an optional performance package. The Y87 was also available. It was an upgraded version of the Camaro, with the same features as the base model.

2000 Chevrolet Camaro Transmission 4 Speed Automatic