I found that I didn't get a response to my first question posted until I went to the Introduction portion of the forum and introduced myself. I'm sure this was a coincindence, but it's worth a shot. And it might just be that the right person hasn't read the thread yet.
And welcome to the CAC.
(Can I welcome new members when I've only been registered less than a week? )
I would guess that someone who knows 84's did not see it (yet?) I believe the 84's are a little different than the other l98's and most don't want to comment if they are not sure. I found this forum not to be "post count conscience" like the other forums, and people here will answer without having to have 100 posts or a secret password. You can always reply to your own post to move it back to the top of the forum so someone who missed it has another chance to see it. Good luck.
Thanks to all! I was starting to think I had fogotten my right guard or something. Look forward to participating, and will be forever in debt to all of you if I find this particular problem. Went to the local GM dealer yesterday, and spoke with their head technician. He didn't have a clue, and said they stopped working on crossfires a long time ago. Of course they will still sell you a C-5!
Welcome to the CAC--you and your vette will love it here.
Your story is sorta similar to mine, but my 84 has given me no problems. There will be a few people here that can help you with this particular problem. You have an L83 engine. It is NOT an L98 or LT1, which makes it a bit of an oddball here since it was only put in two (or three if you want to be picky) from 82-84. I can help you with some stuff but Vigman and Twinnie are the L83 gurus around here.
Thanks for asking. I can't believe I got this many replies! As I see you've posted on the original question, I won't belabor it here. Heard you were an expert on the 84's, so look forward to taping your intellectual powers! I really enjoy both working and riding in mine. I've got another question, but will start a new thread! Later